❊❊ INACTIVE PAGE ❊❊
This event has now taken place
* Mad Max: 40th Anniversary Event *
SPECIAL EVENT 11 & 12 April 2019 Doors open 6pm 18+ event WHERE Scienceworks 2 Booker Street Spotswood, Victoria, 3015 Tickets sold out or limited Call 13 11 02 Missed out on tickets? The Mad Max replica cars will be available to view in the Pumping Station central courtyard from 10am-4.30pm on Friday the 12 April. Included with entry to Scienceworks, you can also check out our Heritage Machines Garage, join a Pumping Station Tour and explore our exhibitions and holiday activities! Find out more To mark the release of the iconic Mad Max film on the 12th of April, 1979, take a step back in time at Scienceworks for a special event to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first movie in the Mad Max franchise. Due to popular demand, we will run repeated events over two nights - Thursday 11 April and Friday 12 April. The events will both feature a special outdoor cinema screening of Mad Max, along with replica cars and special guest speaker Tim Burns, who played the young villain 'Johnny the Boy' in the film. Replica cars on display will include: Ford Falcon 'Max's Yellow Interceptor' Black Ford Falcon Coupe 1973 'V8 Interceptor' Nightrider's HQ Holden Monaro Yellow Ford Falcon 'Big Bopper Pursuit' There will also be spot-talks at the Pumping Station and Heritage Machines Garage and opportunities to re-live original Mad Max scenes on location. Come along dressed as your favourite Mad Max character! Wine and dine! Beer and wine options will be available to purchase on the night, as well as delicious meals from Satay Truck and Senor BBQ. The stunning seven metre diameter spherical sculpture Museum of the Moon will also be opened for viewing for the events. Full evening schedule to be released closer to the event. 18+ Adults only. Mad Max replica cars used in a scene from the Mad Max movie made in 1979. Source: Museums Victoria Photo: Photographer: Rodney Start Black Ford Falcon Coupe 1973 'V8 Interceptor' Source: Museums Victoria Photo: Photographer: Rodney Start
Stay in TOUCH
A free weekly wrap of what's on | More..
Update Page Upgrade Page