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Mount Street Bar gets Outrageous

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New Zealand’s favourite family, the Wests, have descended on Mount Street Bar with screenings of Outrageous Fortune scheduled each Tuesday.

Starting last week, students made their way to the bar for their weekly West dosage, with a pull-out projection screen bringing the show to life.

Mount Street Bar Manager Pax Rattenbury said that despite little advertising, there was a positive atmosphere in the bar.

“There were about 30 students here to watch it so we’ll probably put up posters around campus more this week. A couple of people went out to order fish and chips before it started and it was just a really good night.”

Outrageous Fortune will be screening weekly at Mount Street Bar. All students are welcome.

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