Movie: Alice in Wonderland in 3D

SpockSoc’s first movie outing for 2010 will be this week. We’ll be going to see Alice in Wonderland in 3D at the Randwick Ritz – 7pm on Wednesday the 10th. We discussed it at the screening on Friday. Since it’s 3D, tickets cost $16 each, with an extra dollar if you don’t already have glasses – it’s the same regardless of the day of the week, so we’re going on Wednesday (as opposed to Tuesday as we usually do).

If you haven’t been to the Ritz before, here’s a map:

If the map didn’t work properly, it
ple of blocks directly East of the uni (East is uphill when you’re on campus). If you’re at uni already, your best bet is to walk up High Street until you hit Avoca, then angle right onto Belmore Road, and at the next intersection, angle further right onto Perouse Road. St Paul’s is left at the roundabout. You could also start from the other corner of the uni (behind the AGSM) and cut through the hospital – it’s a bit more direct, but it also involves cutting through the hospital.

If you’re catching the bus from elsewhere, the 372, 373, 376, 314 and 315 routes all stop just around the corner. The 370 stops a little further away, but it doesn’t run after about 7pm or so. Parking is… limited, unless you know the sneaky tricks, or park about three or four blocks away.

In any case, we’re going to meet up inside the lobby, in front of the doors to Cinema 1 (left of the ticket booths) starting from 6:30. Considering the slightly short notice, I won’t be collecting numbers beforehand – simply buy your own tickets, and SpockSoc will refund you $2 if you show me your membership card. I won’t wait much past the posted starting time of the movie, so don’t be late. =Þ

Incidentally, I won’t need to give out directions for future movie outings, so they won’t need to be quite so wordy. We’ll sometimes arrange to meet up for dinner, but the starting time for this particular movie makes it a little tricky – we might head out for food afterwards if people are interested.) =)

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