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28 September

28 September

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M LIVE PRESENTS: Australian Premiere of Award-Winning Immersive Exhibition NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH The ultimate space experience combining the latest science with cutting-edge technology ICC SYDNEY FROM 22 NOVEMBER TICKETS MONDAY 11 OCTOBER M Live is proud to announce the launch of NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH as their next innovative and COVID-safe immersive experience. NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH is an award-winning exhibition that combines the latest science with cutting-edge technology to create the ultimate space experience. Developed in conjunction with the US Space & Rocket Center and NASAs George C.

Marshall Space Flight Center, NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH tells the story of space science and exploration as never seen before. Declan McMonagle, Managing Director of Toto Creative said. We developed NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH in collaboration with the US Space & Rocket Center and NASA which gave us access to significant artifacts from key space exploration missions in our human history.

Combining this with the latest Audio Visual technology and presentation of science in practice, the exhibition was a sell-out in the USA and China. Working with M Live, not only gave us the opportunity to bring the exhibition back home to Australia, however, connect to Australian audiences. This is extra special, given that Toto Creative is an Australian Production Company and Australia has a rich history in alliances with NASA and the USA in Space Exploration.

Australia presents a very deserving audience The promoter of the event and Founder/CEO of M Live, Emma Triggs said We were blown away when we saw NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH as we knew Australian audiences would love it. Peoples desire to travel to outer space has never been stronger and NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH gives us all the opportunity to see and feel what it would be like. Once you step inside NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH, you enter another world that is not only beautiful but also inspirational.

It will give people an uplifting feeling by connecting with the magnificence that is all around us, just out of our reach. We are thrilled to bring another Australian blockbuster premiere event to Sydney to allow people to reconnect with family and friends safely after what has been another challenging year. Since its world premiere in 2018 at NASAS Marshall Space Center, this spectacular immersive exhibition has attracted over a million visitors around the world.

Utilising 14 screens, 8.1 surround sound, and a giant projection-mapped dome, the exhibitions key set piece transports audiences to space inside an epic cinematic environment. Taking advantage of the rising interest in space exploration, due to both news around civilian space travel and exciting new NASA missions to the Moon and to Mars, NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH taps into the audiences desire to travel to a whole new world. As a multi-sensory experience, visitors will also get a chance to explore museum quality models and examples of spacecraft, tools, and astronaut suits, as well as many fun and engaging learning activities.

NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH will appeal to all ages, making it the perfect event to fill the void left by another year of cancelled events, and the ideal return to life after lockdown for all Sydneysiders. COVID Safety Plan NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH will operate in accordance with NSW Health Guidelines. www.neighbourhoodearth.com.au Venue ICC Sydney, 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, Hall 7 Opens From 22 November for a strictly limited season Opening Hours 9am 9pm, Monday-Sunday Prices Evenings, Weekends & School Holidays Adult $39/Family $99/Child $25/Concession, Group, Student $29 Wednesday-Friday: Adult $29/ Family $79/ Child $15/Concession, Group, Student $19 Travel Town Hall and Central Stations are a 10-minute walk to ICC Sydney.

To plan your trip visit www.iccsydney.com.au/visit/getting-here ICC Sydney is walking distance from Town Hall and Central and easily accessible by public transport.

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