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Giant Clownfish invited to 'Finding Dory' premiere - Visit 1066 Country

Giant Clownfish invited to 'Finding Dory' premiere

27th July 2016

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Blue Reef Aquarium’s cuddly costume character Charlie the Clownfish will be guest of honour at the premiere of the new ‘Finding Dory’ film at Hastings Odeon Cinema on Friday, July 29.

He will be making a special appearance at the 1.15pm showing and will be available beforehand for a meet and greet session with younger cinemagoers.

The Rock-a-Nore Road wildlife attraction is also launching a new summer trail which highlights the real-life tales of the fishy characters featured in the new animated Disney Pixar film.

Visitors will be able to meet the fishy inspirations for the film while unscrambling a hidden password as part of the fun trail.

Blue Reef’s Leanna Lawson said: “Charlie is really looking forward to attending the premiere for the new film and getting the chance to meet lots of younger fans."

As well as the new trail around the aquarium there are also activities and fact sheets both to highlight the different species featured in the film and also to underline the importance of marine conservation.


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