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Become an Astronaut these School Holidays

Become an Astronaut these School Holidays with APOLLO 13: MISSION CONTROL
at the Hawkes Bay Opera House

See the show and be a part of the most exciting theatrical experience ever!! Become a member of Mission Control with flight Director, Gene Kranz, or sit in the press gallery watching one of the greatest survival stories of the twentieth century unfold before your eyes.

You could even get the chance to join the Apollo 13 crew as an Astronaut

Book for any of the following School Holiday sessions now by clicking on the dates below, by calling 0800 TICKETEK or by booking at your nearest Ticketek Outlet and right after the show you will also be invited to
an exclusive 30 minute 'Behind the Scenes Tour' where you'll see all the tricks of the show, find out how the magic happens AND get photos in the Spacesuits!
School Holidays "Behind the Scenes" offer is available for:
Thursday 4th October 11am
Saturday 6th October 3pm
Sunday 7th October 11am
Sunday 7th October 3pm
Thursday 11th October 11am
Sunday 14th October 11am

Apollo 13: Mission Control is ideal for kids 10+

Don’t miss out, book now for School Holidays – check out all the details at

3 – 14 October
Hawkes Bay Opera House

Get your interactive Console seat for $52.20*
or a Press Gallery seat for $37.50*

For a full list of sessions click here
Phone 0800 Ticketek or call into your nearest Ticketek Outlet

*service fees and some conditions apply

For all ticket sales, go to the Hawke's Bay Opera House Box Office corner Hastings and Eastbourne Street,
phone (06) 871 5282 or via our website
Note: Service fees apply.


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