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Auckland Nick Cave appearance for Q&A

Announcement: AUCKLAND NICK CAVE appearance for Q&A

We are thrilled to announce on behalf of Madman Entertainment a very special screening of 20,000 DAYS ON EARTH with an exclusive Nick Cave appearance for a Q&A following the film, will be hosted in Auckland on Saturday December 6.

Please find details below.

WHEN – SATURDAY DECEMBER 6TH, 12.30PM
WHERE – SKYCITY THEATRE
WHAT – 20,000 DAYS ON EARTH - special screening with exclusive Nick Cave appearance for Q&A following the film
PRICE - $27.50 (booking fees may apply)
HOW TO PURCHASE - Tickets on sale now (September 4th) through Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz

20,000 Days on Earth is a biographical doco about Nick Cave’s life and career. It recently screened at the New Zealand International Film Festival and is in cinemas now.

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