Following changes to the TT race schedule, Sunday afternoon’s screening of ‘A Dangerous Addiction’ has been cancelled, although Sunday morning’s showing of ‘No Ordinary Passenger’ and VIP talkshow, will go ahead at 11am on Mad Sunday morning as planned.
Lynsey Radcliffe, Communications Manager for Manx National Heritage said:
“Tickets are still available for Sunday’s morning’s showing of ‘No Ordinary Passenger’ at the museum shop, with all profits to the Joey Dunlop Foundation, Rob Vine Fund and the Manx Museum and National Trust. The Manx Museum will also be open all day Mad Sunday for anyone who’d like to pop in and enjoy museum”.
Anyone who would like a refund on tickets purchased for Sunday afternoon’s showing is welcome to obtain one from the Manx Museum Shop, although tickets purchased online may be refunded through your online payment. If you have any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Manx National Heritage would like to thank the team at Al Jazeera, the race teams and all those who had committed to supporting this special fundraising event, which we hope to rearrange to a later date. We wish all of our visitors a safe and enjoyable TT. Enjoy the sunshine, enjoy the races and enjoy our beautiful Island”.