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Labyrinth at The Astor

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April 10, 2012 2:00 pmtoApril 11, 2012 2:00 pm

You may have fond memories of Labyrinth as a kid, but when was the last time you saw it? And have you ever seen it on the big screen?

Well, now’s your chance to relive those childhood memories at The Astor, as the venerable theatre is showing Jim Henson’s classic over the next week in all its singing and puppetry glory. And if you haven’t seen it in awhile, be prepared to be amazed by David Bowie’s balls.

WHEN: April 8 – 15
WHERE: The Astor, 1 Chapel St, St Kilda
WEB: www.astortheatre.net.au


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