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Wunderman Thompson Perth wins Siren Awards Round 3 for the West Australian Ballet

Wunderman Thompson, Perth, have scooped back-to-back Siren Awards rounds, with their latest radio campaign “Dracula Comes to the Crown”, promoting the West Australian Ballet season of Dracula. The agency previously won Round 2 for its Anglicare WA, Winter Appeal campaign.

The 30 second ad called “The Buffet” by Matt Wilson and Luke Williams, was awarded overall and single winner with its humorous take on Dracula phoning Crown to enquire about their international buffet.

Two more ads from the same campaign, “Bloody Mary” and “The Room”, were highly commended in the single winner category. Sound engineer Brad Habib from Soundbyte studio also picked up a highly commended in the craft category for “Bloody Mary”.

Sound engineer Timothy Bridge from Sonar was the craft winner for radio ad “Guy/Fire”, part of the Consideration Radio campaign for NRMA Insurance.

Winning entries from each round are entered into the 2022 Gold Siren Awards, with the winner to be announced in May 2022. Round 4 of the 2022 Siren Awards is now open, with entries closing on November 6, 2021.

Listen to the Round 2022 winning ads at www.sirenawards.com.au and find the Siren Awards on Facebook.

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