Your chance to win tickets to Muriel's Wedding

"You're terrible, Muriel!"

There are few lines in Aussie film history more ingrained in our culture than those three classic words from Muriel's Wedding.

Sydneysiders now have the chance to hear those famous words - and a tonne of toe-tapping songs - in the Lyric Theatre's production of Muriel's Wedding the Musical.

The iconic Australian tale of friendship, family and a furious love of ABBA has been updated for the stage and features new music from Eurovision contestant Kate Miller-Heidke and Keir Nuttall.

Performer Stefanie Jones plays Muriel's best friend Rhonda in the musical, a role she was "truly elated" to score.

"Rhonda has brought me back to my Queensland roots," she said.

"She's allowed me to access my inner bogan."

She said it was a joy to appear in Muriel's Wedding.

"It's so wonderful to be in an Australian show, created by Australian people, telling an Australian story," Jones said.

"So often we're telling stories from elsewhere - it's refreshing to get to do something local.

"And while it's always great to do a Rodgers and Hammerstein, those stories can be a bit dated.

"This is fresh and feminist and quintessentially Australian - and Aussies are ready now for this kind of show."

Jones said the reaction she'd had to the show in her previous performances was "different to anything I've ever experienced before on stage".

"Muriel's Wedding gives us permission to laugh at ourselves," she said.

"I love how much our audiences are connecting with the story."

Jones said she hoped Sydney audiences would show up in their droves to watch the limited 10-week season.

Tickets old out when the show premiered in 2017 and the performer thinks Muriel's Wedding can do it again.

"Australians tend to spend a lot of time celebrating sporting achievements and if we can put the same time and effort we put into footy into the theatre, I think that would be wonderful," she said.

"When people take some down time at the end of a long day, they often turn to Netflix or pop in a movie.

"But if you choose the theatre, that escapism experience is so much bigger and better than what you get on your screen.

"I promise you, even if you're not a theatre person, this is the show for you.

"You'll love it."

Muriel's Wedding the Musical kicks off its Lyric Theatre return from Friday, June 28.

Tickets are now on sale, details: murielsweddingthemusical.com.

Australian Community Media has 20 double passes to give away to the 8pm performance of Muriel's Wedding the Musical at the Sydney Lyric Theatre on Friday, June 28.

For your chance to win, simply fill out the form below and tell us in 25 words or less what your favourite ABBA song is and why.

Entries close Tuesday, June 18.

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