Sunset Cinema

Film, Outdoor cinema
Sunset Cinema Lawn Lounge
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Time Out says

North Sydney's outdoor cinema makes a triumphant return with safety measures in place and a line-up of new and classic films

North Sydney Oval, with its historic grandstand and views of the lights of North Sydney, is a classy venue for outdoor cinema screenings, and Sunset Cinema will kick off a new, socially distanced ten-week season on January 28. 

Gates open at 6.30pm with films commencing at sundown, and a range of food and beverages is available. 

Highlights of the program include Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman 1984; Tom Hanks in western News of the World; Eric Bana in outback thriller The Dry; Carey Mulligan in the controversial Promising Young Woman; and Anne Hathaway in Roald Dahl's The Witches.

Favourite movies taking a curtain call during the season include the original Star Wars; Howl's Moving Castle and Spirited Away from Studio Ghibli; Livvy and Travolta in Grease; and somewhat inevitably, Dirty Dancing (joking, we love it).    

Screenings take place Wednesday to Saturday and tickets are on sale now. Capacity is reduced so be quick.


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