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Wonder Woman, played by Israeli actor Gal Gadot.
Wonder Woman, played by Israeli actor Gal Gadot.

The wonderful folk of Lismore will be raising funds for women’s services in the northern rivers tomorrow at a special screening of the new Wonder Woman film, followed by a karaoke evening at the Northern Rivers Hotel.

Organiser Emma Jukes said the fun would begin with a costume competition at the BCC Lismore cinema at 2.30pm, followed by a showing of the film.

Starring Israeli actor Gal Gadot, the movie is based on the Wonder Woman character created by DC Comics.

In the film, American pilot Steve Trevor crashes on the island of Themyscira  and tells Diana Prince about World War I. Diana leaves her home to try to stop the war and becomes Wonder Woman.

Ms Jukes said the special screening at Lismore would take place at 3.30pm after the costume competition.

She said tickets would be $10 for kids (supervised by an adult), $15 concession/unwaged, $20 adult/waged or $25 by donation.

Ms Jukes said the film would be followed by an evening of cabaret-style local entertainment and women’s songs karaoke celebrating Wonder Women everywhere!

Entry to the event at the Northern Rivers Hotel will be $5.

Tomorrow’s event mark the launch of an annual Wonder Woman Day for Lismore.

 

 

 

 


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