City parks and gardens are once again hosting Moonlight movie screenings.
Adelaide’s Moonlight Cinema screenings are coming to an end next month, but before they do there are plenty more great movies you can watch beneath the stars.
February kicks off on Tuesday the second with Spielberg’s Jurassic Park and will end on Valentine’s Day with the classic tearjerker, The Notebook. Not to be totally outdone by January’s advanced movie screenings, February has got two more in-store with screenings of Wild Mountain Thyme, and Love, Weddings and Other Disasters.Also, on Friday 5 February Wonder Woman 1984 will take to the screen.
To see the full program, click here.
There is also a special event at the end of this month where moviegoers are able to take along their four-legged pooch as part of the Top Dog Film Festival on Saturday, 30 January.
Once again, BYO will be available at all venues (except Brisbane) so summer night plans will be as easy as packing your picnic rugs and throwing them open on a lush patch of lawn. Obviously, don’t forget the food. But in case you do, or you’re not one to pack ahead, Moonlight Cinemas will have food offerings to satiate your cravings.
If you want your own bean bed though, you’ll move quickly and snap up a Gold Grass pass which includes a waiter so you don’t even have to move a muscle unless it’s to eat or drink. Otherwise, bean beds will be available for hire on the day for $10.
Head to Moonlight Cinemas for more information.
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