Hot damn: A hot tub cinema is coming to Melbourne
Does anyone else think this winter is especially brutal? Never fear, we have a (warm) alternative. A hot tub cinema is coming guys, so get your bikinis and boardies ready. The Hot Tub Cinema Club is launching in Melbourne after a successful run in Sydney earlier this month. This new venture promises punters the opportunity to experience top-notch movies from the comfort of a steaming hot tub. Each show includes a free drink on arrival, in-tub food and drink service, onsite lockers and changing rooms, plus a pretty unbeatable cinema experience on top of that. The cinema will be running exclusive showings that will be sold on a first come, first serve basis with ticket information and details to be released in the coming weeks. To get an idea of the vibe, Sydney's program included cult favourites like Mean Girls, Anchorman, Die Hard and Ferris Bueller's Day Off. You can sign up for pre-release tickets via their website right now. While we don't have the confirmed dates or films just yet, we're pretty sure Hot Tub Cinema Club is going to be the hot ticket item this winter. Just don't forget your swimmers! ICYMI Melbourne's get its first axe throwing centre. Film fan? Check out the full program for the Melbourne International Film Festival here.
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