Win tickets to Listener Late Sessions at the NZ Festival

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26th February, 2014 Leave a Comment

Jung Chang.

The Listener is proud to support the 2014 New Zealand Festival. From February 21 to March 16 Wellington welcomes a world of talent with a beautifully curated programme spanning the quirky to the contemporary. Artists from New Zealand and around the world will bring this exciting festival to life with stories of their lives and the world around us in genres including visual arts, dance, theatre, music, literature and film.

To celebrate, we have eight double passes to give away to each of the following spectacular Listener Late Sessions during Writers Week:

Marcus Chown (United Kingdom)
Want to know the secrets of life, the universe and everything – in just one hour?
Friday, March 7, 6.15pm, Embassy Theatre, Wellington.

Jung Chang (China/United Kingdom)
The celebrated author of Wild Swans talks about the remarkable woman who abolished foot-binding in China.
Saturday, March 8, 6.15pm, Embassy Theatre, Wellington.

Tom Keneally (Australia)
The award-winning Australian novelist behind Schindler’s List shares his thoughts with Guy Somerset on life as a self-described free-thinking hedonist.
Wednesday, March 12, 6.15pm, Embassy Theatre, Wellington.

TO ENTER the draw to win a double pass, fill out the form below.
Entries must be received by 5pm, February 27, 2014.

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