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Fans still have appetite for 'Hunger Games'


With the inspirational journey of Katniss Everdeen brought to a close in the final Hunger Games instalment Mockingjay: Part 2, fans of the franchise could have been forgiven for thinking they were bidding a fond farewell to the adventure series. But starting December 20, the sweet sorrow of parting will be replaced by the joyous uplift of reunion, as The Hunger Games: The Exhibition pays a visit to our shores.

No longer confined to the silver screen, the world of Panem can now be explored in intimate detail. And with more than one thousand authentic costumes and props, high-tech and hands-on interactive and detailed set recreations on display, visitors will be provided with such an immersive experience, they will need some time to readjust to the real world once they get home.


Fan highlights are sure to be the iconic costumes from the films, including the ‘Girl on Fire’ dress, and key artefacts such as the Mockingjay pin, Cinna’s sketchbook, and – the showstopper – Katniss’s bow. The stunt choreography challenge will also draw in crowds, as participants literally throw themselves into the Hunger Games world.

So be sure to get thee to the International Convention Centre in Sydney from December 20, and satisfy your hunger for all things Hunger Games.  Chris Prindiville


‘The Hunger Games: The Exhibition’ will run from December 20, 2016 to February 4, 2017 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.

Ticket prices range from $97.10 (VIP: includes express entry; unlimited-undated entry pass, limited edition lanyard and souvenir pin); general admission $37; concessions $30; family or group ticket for four $114.20.

For tickets, visit www.ticketek.com.au.

And for more information, visit www.thehungergamesexhibition.com.au.

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