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A Fundraiser Screening Of The Return Of The King

The HARAKEKE Eco-collective proudly presents*

A fundraiser screening of

THE LORD OF THE RINGS:
THE RETURN OF THE KING

December 23rd, 8:55 pm
Embassy Theatre

Support our mission to save THIS Middle Earth, and experience the trilogy finale of cinematic glory conjured up by Kiwi ingenuity.

Tickets $18 each ($20 doorsales if any left), cash only please.

To purchase tickets, please contact any of the following people: 'The Baileys': 976-4663 (Wellington Central) Lalipa: 934-2656 (Karori, Kelburn, Tinakori) Alisa: 566-7830 (The Hutt)

Organic drinks and nibbles available, as well as Lalipa's divinely delicious vegan hummus dip, considered to be 'the food of the Elves'.

All proceeds go to the 'Kotahi Ao' global grassroots film project (www.kotahiao.org).

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