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David Lynch in Twin Peaks tour to NZ

David Lynch to take part in Twin Peaks Conversation With The Stars tour

In a mind-blowing development, David Lynch will answer questions directly posed by fans face to face, as part of the Twin Peaks Conversation With The Stars tour, in New Zealand this month.

David Lynch will skype in live to each show and answer questions submitted by audience members and some extremely lucky fans at each show will be able to look the man in the eyes and ask their question directly.

Twin Peaks Conversation With The Stars will also feature five stars of TWIN PEAKS - Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer), Kimmy Robertson (Lucy), Michael Horse (Hawk), Al Strobel (Phillip Gerard), Dana Ashbrook (Bobby) and Executive Producer Sabrina S. Sutherland.

Presented under license from CBS Consumer Products and Showtime, the New Zealand dates will be a celebration for fans of this iconic television series to hear first-hand of some amazing in front of camera and behind the scenes moments of filming.

VIP Meet and Greet tickets will be available providing fans an opportunity to get an autograph and photo with cast members, plus submit questions for consideration to be asked of David Lynch.

Some VIP fans at each show will be invited onto the stage to ask their question of David Lynch themselves.

TWIN PEAKS – CONVERSATION WITH THE STARS

Auckland - Wednesday August 22 - Auckland ASB Theatre

Christchurch - Thursday August 23 - Isaac Theatre

Tickets available now from www.drwe.com.au

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