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Enabling Love in Dunedin


Enabling Love is delighted to be hosting its first Social Series Event on the 27th May at Reading Cinema and Dog with Two Tails in Dunedin. The event is designed to include everyone and will take place at 7:00pm - the movie will be decided through an online poll which will take place a couple of weeks before the event. This event is also designed to ensure that everyone has a good time and we aim to break down some of the barriers that some people face when it comes to socialising and building relationships. We encourage you to come along and form new relationships and new connections.

The plan on the night is to meet at 7:00pm at Reading Cinema and the movie will start shortly afterwards. We will then immediately head down to Dog with Two Tails after the movie has finished for drinks and to enable people to get to know each other.

If you are in a wheelchair please let us know, at enquiries@enablinglove.nz in advance. If you’ve bought a ticket and cannot make it please let us know at least 2 days prior and we can give you a refund.

Tickets are limited so make sure you book yourselves in for this special event! There will be 3 different types of tickets.
We encourage Tertiary Students, young professionals, as well as disabled people.

SuperValue Ticket - $14.00 – movie ticket
Standard Ticket - $20.00 – movie ticket and 2 items of food at Reading Cinema
Exclusive Ticket - $35.00 – movie ticket, 2 items of food at Reading Cinema and exclusive access to Dog with Two Tails afterwards (not including booking fee). You will have a drink and nibbles.
Tickets are available from Eventfinda or our website: www.enablinglove.nz

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