Win Extinguished Things ticketsAfter returning home after the breakdown of her relationship, Molly decides to visit a well-known place from her childhood: the house of Alvin and Evie down the road, who have recently left for an overseas trip, never to return.In Al and Evie's house Molly finds memories, emotions, and a life lived in every corner of the house - Al's record collection, Evie's favourite mug, the lace curtain that adorns the walls. The voices of the past are echoed in the belongings left behind - extinguished things.Spend an evening with Molly as she introduces you to Al and Evie in this heart-warming and poignant tale of a life lived.For a chance to win a double pass to Extinguished Things, on Sunday, February 17, 7.30pm, at Holden Street Theatres, enter here. Extinguished Things starring Molly Taylor runs from 12 February to 3 March. Bookings: adelaidefringe.com.au Blast off at Holden StreetWinner of the Holden Street Theatres' Edinburgh Fringe Award 2018, Build a Rocket is a powerful and uplifting one-woman show about triumph over adversity.Yasmin is a bright and feisty 16-year-old from Scarborough who lives on the edge.In an instant, her life is turned upside down when she becomes pregnant with her son, Jack. Suddenly her Scarborough isn't sandcastles, arcades, and donkey rides.Abandoned by both the father of her child and her alcoholic mother, Yasmin faces one of life's great challenges completely alone - it's just Yasmin and Jack against the world.But can the thing which threatens to ruin her life actually be the thing which saves her?A tour de force from actress Serena Manteghi, this play challenges our perceptions about young motherhood in a passionate and heart-warming way.This brilliant, funny, and heart-warming work is the debut play by Christopher York.For a chance to win a double pass to Build a Rocket, on Saturday, 16 February, 6pm, at Holden Street Theatres, enter here.Win more Fringe ticketsWith less than a week to go before the opening of the Adelaide Fringe take the chance to win some tickets to these awesome shows.Railed: The kings of narrative circus, Head First Acrobats, are back. From the creators of the smash hit Elixir (winner of Best Circus and Physical Theatre Award at Adelaide Fringe 2018), comes an all-new acrobatic adventure. It’s Western themed fun in the Octagon at Gluttony 9:30pm every night.For the chance to win a double pass to Railed on Wednesday, February 20, at 9.30pm, at Gluttony: enter here.Michael Griffiths: By Request: Acclaimed Helpmann Award-winning cabaret performer Michael Griffiths returns for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe in the premiere of Michael Griffiths: By Request.He's been Peter Allen, Cole Porter, Kylie Minogue, Annie Lennox and Madonna to great acclaim and now Michael takes off the mask and shares stories and songs from 20 years on and off the stage.Backed by a three-piece band the show comprising of hand-picked favourite songs from his back catalogue and those requested via social media from his patrons.Enter here, for the chance to win tickets to Michael’s show on Wednesday, February 20, at 7pm in the Garden of Unearthly Delights, Le Cascadeur.Michael Griffiths: By Request is on from February 15 to February 24.