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Sci-Fi Sunday: Mad Max

September 17, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

$15
Sci-Fi Sunday: Mad Max

Sci-Fi Sunday: Mad Max. You’d be mad not to miss this.  

Shocking at the time, this post-apocalyptic action thriller stars a young Mel Gibson as Max Rockatansky, whose world is shattered when a gang led by the evil Toecutter murder his family. Dead inside, Max straps on his helmet and climbs into a souped-up V8 racing machine to seek his bloody revenge. Made in 1979, Mad Max is viciously exciting, thanks to some of the most spectacular road stunts ever put on film. R18. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

 

Details

Date:
September 17, 2017
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost:
$15
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Organiser

Museums Wellington
Phone:
04 472 8904
Email:
spaceplace@wmt.org.nz
Website:
www.museumswellington.org.nz

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Terms & Conditions
Tickets are not available for sale from any other retailer or third party. Tickets are sold on a firm sale basis, and no refunds will be given unless Museums Wellington cancels the event. R18. ID will be required.

Venue

Space Place at Carter Observatory
40 Salamanca Road, Botanic Gardens
Wellington, New Zealand
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Phone:
04 910 3140
Website:
www.museumswellington.org.nz

Who's Attending

45 people are attending Sci-Fi Sunday: Mad Max

  • Denise Healy
  • Renee Frampton
  • Amy Abel
  • Meta Beyers
  • Phil Jacklin
  • Paul Murphy
  • Esme Oliver
  • Thomas Steere
  • Sage Edwards-Browne
  • Ed Henderson
  • Jane Keig
  • Ryan Abraham
  • Nigel Ingram
  • Simon Wakeman
  • Bryn Whyman
  • Hugh Gollan
  • Stephen Burton
  • Sam Merriman
  • Travis Benson
  • Claudia VEGA
  • Samuel Thurston
  • Matt Schwed
  • Jake Pearson
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Tickets

20 available
Sci-Fi Sunday: Mad Max$15.00Shocking at the time, this post-apocalyptic action thriller stars a young Mel Gibson as Max Rockatansky, whose world is shattered when a gang led by the evil Toecutter murder his family. Dead inside, Max straps on his helmet and climbs into a souped-up V8 racing machine to seek his bloody revenge. Made in 1979, Mad Max is viciously exciting, thanks to some of the most spectacular road stunts ever put on film. R18. Doors open at 6.30pm.

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