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Cinema Circus Drive-In Reminder


Hello Cinema Circus Fans,

Just a reminder for those wishing to come to the movie drive-in events at Alexandra Park. We really need you to book in advance for this show, to estimate the number of cars coming. Many folks have booked already so hurry up if you haven't.

If you haven't booked and want to attend, then please click on the appropriate show below.

FRIDAY FEB 27th - ALEXANDRA PARK DRIVE-IN :: The one and only Original TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE It has been called the most terrifying film of all time. Bring a date! Please note this is the original 1974 drive-in classic and not the remake in theatres at the moment. One NZ showing. Brand New 35mm Print. BOOK NOW

SATURDAY FEB 28th - ALEXANDRA PARK DRIVE-IN :: FASTER PUSSYCAT KILL! KILL! For one NZ showing only, Russ Meyer's fast women/ fast car masterpiece! Brand New 35mm Print. BOOK NOW

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Feel free to send us any questions. We will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.

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