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Supernormal Canteen teams up with Astor Theatre on a Sofia Coppola double feature

Lost in Translation

Every Melburnian has had the Astor Theatre programme calendar at some point, and it turns out we're not the only ones who are fans of the old-school cinema, because the Supernormal Canteen team have teamed up with the Astor to create a one-off, next level movie snack for a double feature screening of Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled and Lost in Translation on Saturday September 30. 

Moviegoers going to the back-to-back screening will get a complimentary choctop based on Supernormal's most popular dessert – the peanut butter parfait. The dessert will get the cinema treatment: the creamy peanut butter parfait will be scooped into a waffle cone, covered in salted caramel and chocolate, and sprinkled with roasted peanuts. 

Supernormal Canteen head chef Tim Goegan says, “We’re huge fans of Coppola and are dead excited to work with the Astor which is such an institution in St Kilda. As soon as we saw Lost in Translation on the programme, synapses started firing!”

Tickets to the double feature on September 30 are just $17 each and are available from the Astor's box office or online. Go on, this is your only chance to try the Supernormal classic in choctop form.

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