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'Paddington 2' Screens at Wellington City Mission

The British High Commission Holds Paddington 2 Premiere for Wellington City Mission


To mark the release of British Film “Paddington 2, the British High Commission Wellington has organised a premier screening on the 19th of December with the Wellington City Mission distributing tickets to local families in need.

Hosted at the Roxy Cinema in Miramar – the families will be provided with goody bags, a chance to meet Paddington himself and a screening of the film days before the nation-wide release on the 21st of December.

“It’s a brilliant way for us to spread some Christmas cheer via the Wellington City Mission while bringing attention to another Great British Film. I know the kids are going to laugh as much as I did”. Deputy High Commissioner Catherine Allum said.

The Visit Britain Paddington 2 hub features themed content including:

- An interactive Paddington menu

- The official movie trailers

- Paddington inspired shop products

- Light hearted blog content


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