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The Australian Ballet - guest blog giveaway!

29th October, 2010
Lucy Feagins
Friday 29th October 2010

The Australian Ballet costume warehouse on the guest blog today!

Madame Butterfly - photo by Paul Empsom

WOW what a fab week it has been on the guest blog with The Australian Ballet's brilliant 'Designing Dance' posts! Today the series culminates with a sneak peek behind the scenes in the Ballet's incredible costume warehouse in Kensington.... tutu heaven!

To end the week, Kate from the Ballet has also kindly offered a wonderful giveaway (who's counting!?) for Design Files readers! ANYONE who comments on the guest blog this week is in the running!  If you have already commented on one of the Designing Dance posts on the guest blog this week, you are already in the running!  If not, do pop over and check out the Designing Dance series - leave just one comment and you could win the following!  -

2 x tickets to Madame Butterfly in either Melbourne, Sydney or Adelaide early next year
1 x Chip Chop 'Pavlova' tote bag (pictured on the left below!)

The total value of prize is $250, and the winner can choose which city they’d like to use their tickets in – bearing in mind the season dates for Madame B are:

Melbourne - 25 Feb - 9 Mar 2011
Adelaide - 18 Mar - 23 Mar 2011
Sydney - 7 Apr - 27 Apr 2011

*UPDATE - Thanks so much for all your lovely comments!  This giveaway is now closed and a winner has now been drawn at random.  The winner is Shirley, who left comment #119 on the final Design Dance post last Friday!  Thanks again to all who entered!

HUGE THANKS once again to The Australian Ballet for their fabulous guest blog this week, and their general loveliness!  Now pop on over and leave your comment on the guest blog (not here!) to enter! x

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