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Titanic, The Musical is Cruising into Australia and We Have Tickets to Give Away!

For the very first time, the critically acclaimed and long-running multi-Tony Award®-winning production Titanic, The Musical is making its grand entrance to Australia! Brought directly to audiences through CinemaLive’s innovative events, this remarkable musical has garnered widespread acclaim and a collection of prestigious accolades – including an impressive five Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book.

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Set to grace screens in participating cinemas across Australia on 2nd May, we have 10 double passes to give away to this monumental theatrical event! Redeemable at participating cinemas nationwide, you and your family and friends could experience the RMS Titanic’s majestic yet tragic journey on the big screen! You bring the popcorn, we’ll bring the tickets and you can enjoy this incredible musical from the comfort of your cinema seat.

Why not spoil your mum (or treat yourself!) this Mother’s Day with this perfect Mother’s Day gift? Scroll down to enter below, but before you do, here’s more about this epic, award-winning musical!

Titanic, The Musical – a must-see cinematic performance!

You may have seen the iconic movie back in 1997 (and watched Leo freeze to death while Rose floated to freedom), but did you know Titanic, The Musical is based on the real people who boarded the RMS Titanic, the most legendary ship in the world?

This stunning and stirring musical production focuses on the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of the Titanic’s doomed passengers, who boarded the ship with stories, histories, and personal ambitions.

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Unaware of what lies ahead, each passenger class has strong visions of their future. The Barons of the First Class expect to create legacies lasting forever, the Second Class have high hopes of enjoying a rich and famous lifestyle, and the Third Class immigrants are just dreaming of a better life in America.

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This dynamic musical follows the journey of these hopeful passengers before they meet the RMS Titanic’s end in the final hours of 14th April 1912. This fateful night was when one of the most tragic disasters of the 20th century occurred. Said to be an ‘unsinkable ship’, the RMS Titanic unexpectedly collided with an iceberg and slowly sank during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York. Sadly, over 1,500 men, women and children lost their lives.

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Filmed at New Victoria Theatre Woking, Titanic, The Musical celebrates the 10th anniversary of the musical’s London premiere, which received sweeping critical acclaim. With music and lyrics by the acclaimed Maury Yeston and a book by award-winning Peter Stone, this stunning yet stirring musical is not to be missed!

Want a sneak peek of what you can expect?

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From the stage to the screen

Titanic, The Musical is one of many classic musicals making their way to cinemas around Australia and New Zealand through CinemaLive. Experience Broadway and London’s West End on the screen with CinemaLive’s Season of the World’s Greatest Stage Musicals.

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These epic cinematic events include wonderful stage shows such as An American in Paris The Musical, out May 30th, and 42nd Street The Musical, available in cinemas from June 20th. You can book these delightful and whimsical musicals at the movies through participating cinemas.

For more information and ticketing, or to find your closest participating cinema, head to the CinemaLive website.mum central

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Thanks to our friends at CinemaLive, we have 10 x Double Passes (worth up to $50 each) to Titanic, The Musical up for grabs.

Treat your mum (or yourself!) with the perfect Mother’s Day gift today! To enter, complete the entry form in full below, and you can win a trip to the movies on us! 


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As a busy writer and mama of two little wildlings, Kylie knows what it's like to juggle All The Things. When she's not politely ushering out small children from her Zoom calls, her favourite place is snuggled on the couch with her family and a (probably lukewarm!) cuppa.

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