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Kylie Minogue's White Diamond At Skycity Cinemas


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COUNT THE DAYS UNTIL A NIGHT LIKE THIS: KYLIE MINOGUE'S WHITE DIAMOND AT SKYCITY CINEMAS

You should be so lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky... There's only 8 days to go before Kylie Minogue arrives at SKYCITY Cinemas, larger than life in her new film White Diamond.

Limited seats are available to the one and only screening at SKYCITY Cinemas Queen Street on November 16. Tickets cost $25 each, which includes a very special advance copy of the new Kylie single, "2 Hearts".

White Diamond shows Kylie as never before, featuring intimate backstage footage and interviews. The pop diva talks about her feelings, worries and aspirations on how she and her team took Showgirl from rehearsals to the road, first in Australia and then to the United Kingdom.

Purchase tickets online at www.skycitycinemas.co.nz, by phoning 09 302 0002, or from SKYCITY Cinema's Queen Street box office.

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