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Past competitions have included tickets to events like the National Geographic Traveller Food Festival, the New Scientist Festival and the London Podcast Festival, as well as plays at the Donmar Warehouse, comedy nights at the Bill Murray and even a year-long membership of the Vagina Museum in Camden.
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