Dead Men Talking give-away

Even if you can’t recite a line of their poetry, Henry Lawson and AB (Banjo) Paterson are household names and it’s why Dead Men Talking is so well received says co-creator Warren Fahey.

Fahey plays Banjo Paterson and fellow stage and screen veteran Max Cullen plays Lawson, as the pair meet for a drink and chat at the Leviticus Bar and Grill, Heaven’s gate.

 “Max and I have been doing it for a few years now and it’s been the most successful thing we’ve ever touched I believe,” Fahey says. “People just absolutely relate to it.”

The Border Mail is giving away 10 tickets to the November 2 show in Albury. The first 10 emails with Dead Men Talking as the subject line sent to nicola.matthews@fairfaxmedia.com.auAFTER 9am on Friday, October 13, will be awarded a ticket (one per address). Make sure you include your contact details in the email body.

Dead Men Talking is at Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club on October 30, Oct 31: Yackandandah Courthouse on October 31 and the Albury Entertainment Centre on Thursday, November 2