Top End Wedding

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Top End Wedding


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

07 June - 09 June 2019

Event Type

Cinema Screening

TOP END WEDDING
From the makers of The Sapphires


A celebration of love, family and belonging, set against the spectacular natural beauty of the Northern Territory, this new Australian romantic comedy directed by Wayne Blair (The Sapphires) and co-written by Joshua Taylor (Plonk) and Miranda Tapsell (Love Child, The Sapphires) will warm your heart.

Engaged and in love, Lauren (Miranda Tapsell) and Ned (Gwilym Lee) have just ten days to find Lauren’s mother who has gone AWOL somewhere in the Northern Territory, reunite her parents and pull off their dream Top End Wedding. As the couple travel through the wild beauty of Australia’s Northern Territory landscapes they meet unforgettable characters, find fulfillment and Lauren learns why her mother had to leave to find home.

A perfect movie for a memorable girl’s night out!

Classification
M – Coarse language


Dates & Times
Friday 7 June 2019 at 7:30pm
Sunday 9 June 2019 at 3:30pm (Open Captioned)

Access
The screening on Sunday 9 June will be Open Captioned




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Top End Wedding

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Ticket Options

MEMBERS
Adult
$12
Concession $9
30 Club $9

NON-MEMBERS
Adult
$15
Concession $12
Full Time Student $12
Transaction fees apply
Screen $1.65

Duration

1 hour 42 minutes


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