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Free Film Event in Wellington 26 June


Free Film Event in Wellington 26 June

We know a pride of Lions fans will be descending on Wellington this weekend and we really want to let them know about this exciting free film event on Monday 26 June at 6:30pm.

And locals are welcome too, of course!

In an article in the Guardian in April, Lions coach Warren Gatland suggested first-time visitors to New Zealand should watch New Zealand films to “understand our enemy a bit better.” This inspired us to invite Lions fans to do just that.

All anyone needs to do is put on a red Lions jersey, or any other red shirt, and they get free admission.

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