Win tickets to Language of Living

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The New Zealand Dance Company presents, Language of Living.

The New Zealand Dance Company presents, Language of Living. Image: John McDermott

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The New Zealand Dance Company.

The New Zealand Dance Company. Image: John McDermott

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To celebrate the launch of the New Zealand Dance Company’s inaugural season, Urbis is giving away five double passes to the Language of Living performance on Saturday 11 August at the Aotea Centre, Auckland.

Five stunning contemporary dance works will be performed by leading and internationally acclaimed New Zealand dancers in a visual feast of costume, video, set design and music.

Email your name and details to urbiscomps@agm.co.nz. Competition ends 9 August, 2012. See competition terms and conditions.


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