RUN AS ONE – movie screening SSISA Auditorium, 1 July
11 June 2019
Don’t miss the second screening of RUN AS ONE the movie at SSISA, 1 July
You’ve been calling and emailing us for a second screening of our Two Oceans Marathon documovie, and we’ve obliged! If you reside in or around Cape Town, catch it on 1 July at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa Auditorium at 6.45 pm – arrive at 6.15pm to collect your ticket, grab your popcorn and choose your seat. We couldn’t have asked for a more enthusiastic crowd at our first movie house screening (left and below).
WHERE: Boundary Road, Newlands, Cape Town
WHEN: 1 July 2019, 6.15pm for 6.45pm (grab your popcorn and a drink)
SCREENING: 6.15pm – 8.00pm
COST: R50 (Movie and popcorn) OR R180 (Movie, popcorn and 50th anniversary book, Celebrating 50 Years of the Two Oceans Marathon).
How to book, pay for and collect your ticket
Please book and pay by 12pm (midday) on Thursday, 27 June 2019 via the EFT details provided below.
Kindly email your proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collect your ticket at the SSISA Auditorium from the Two Oceans Team on 1 July from 6.15pm onwards. We’ll have a list of all who’ve booked.
Please pay via electronic funds transfer (EFT) directly into the Two Oceans Marathon (TOM) NPC account.
TOM Account details:
Account Holder: Two Oceans Marathon
Branch code: 123 209 (Universal code 198 765)
Branch Name: Business Banking – Cape Central
Account number: 107 700 623 3
Type of account: Current
Important: Make sure to reference your payment by using:
- Your initial
- A or B, depending on whether you are paying for option A (movie and popcorn for R50) or B (movie, popcorn and 50th anniversary book, Celebrating 50 Years of the Two Oceans Marathon).
Example – 1 ticket only: MTshabalalaA or WSmithB
Example – 3 tickets: PSedibeA x3
Example – 4 tickets: WSmithB x4
You are free to choose your own seat(s). When you collect your tickets at the SSISA Auditorium from 6.15pm onwards, seating will be on a first come, first served basis. Arrive early so you can be seated where you prefer.
About the movie
Featuring Vincent Gabashane Rakabaele’s nail-biting finish in 1976, Frith van der Merwe’s still-unbeaten record-breaking 1989 run, legends such as New York Marathon winner Willie Mtolo and Bruce Fordyce; as well as unsung heroes of the race; and telling of a time when there were no marshals or starters’ guns, and everything was recorded by hand. One of the movie’s stand-out features is a rousing original music score by Sne Dladla and Neil Benjamin.