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'Red Dog', the film. Free screening. Fremantle Heritage Festival 2017.

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The Drill Hall

The University of Notre Dame Australia

corner of Mouat and Croke Streets

Fremantle, WA 6160

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Please join us for the magical, opening night of the 2017 Fremantle Heritage Festival.

Following the 6:30pm keynote address by Red Dog director and producer, Nelson Woss, we are delighted to bring you an indoor/outdoor screening of the original Red Dog film.

Bring your rugs, bean bags, pillows or low-folding chairs to join us for a screening of the film in Notre Dame’s historic drill hall.

Food and drinks will be available for purchase at this special family event.

Doors open from 7:30pm. Film starts at 8:00pm. Tickets are free, but essential.

For more information, visit www.nd.edu.au.

Refreshments: Staff from the National Hotel will be on hand at Tannock Hall to serve drinks before the event. Afterwards, they will be serving a fabulous, barbeque dinner in the Drill Hall courtyard (across the road). Prices for food range from $5 to $15, and drinks from $3 to $10.

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The University of Notre Dame Australia

corner of Mouat and Croke Streets

Fremantle, WA 6160

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