Mt Vic history on show at Embassy Theatre

Last updated 09:31 16/11/2012

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Wellingtonians are being given another reason to flock to the Embassy Theatre

A large large panel featuring artwork about Mt Victoria's history is being erected on the Marjoriabanks side of the theatre.

The panel, being unveiled on Sunday by Gaylene Preston, highlights events that have in Mt Victoria over the years.

The Mt Victoria Historical Society convenor Joanna Newman said enthusiam for panel was already evident with one American tourist asking the installer if he could move so the text on the panel was visible.

However, installation operations were at a delications tage and it was not possible for the installer to move.

But, Ms Newman, was happy to report that the tourist has promised to return to see the finished artwork.

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