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Cinema Circus Advisory - High Winds

Cinema Circus - home of Cinema Circus, 48 Hour Film Project, Beck's
Incredible Film Project, Film Marathon and 95bFM Film Review.

February 27, 2004

Hello Cinema Circus Fans,

CYCLONE IVY UPDATE


Just a reminder for those wishing to come to the drive-in THE ORIGINAL TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE tonight at Alexandra Park.

There is a high winds warning in place for Auckland today. If the winds reach gusts of over 45k then we cannot safetly erect the screen and the show will be cancelled.

Please listen to 95BFM as they will have updated reports in the afternoon. We will send them a cancellation first.

So fingers crossed all will be well.

If tonights show is cancelled, then we will screen TEXAS CHAINSAW on Sunday night.

At this stage FASTER PUSSYCAT KILL KILL will play on Saturday night. But again, listen to BFM for cancellation notices if cyclone winds cause us to abandon screening.

CINEMA CIRCUS WEBSITE http://www.cinemacircus.com

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