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Moonlight Cinemas Has Announced The February Program Of Movies After Dark

Marco Ruiz Marco Ruiz - Staff Writer

Moonlight Cinemas Has Announced The February Program Of Movies After Dark

Moonlight Cinema’s after-dark film screenings at Kings Park and Botanic Garden are the greener way to go to an outdoor cinema in Perth. Especially now since they’ve teamed up with Garnier to make all screenings powered by 100% renewable energy from solar panels.

Now that we find ourselves welcoming in the new year, the team at Moonlight Cinemas have released the movie schedule for February, which will be the final month for the season. Tickets for movie screenings are now on sale.

February’s month of movie magic kicks off with some classics. Think Rocky Horror Picture Show and a Grease Sing-A-Long. But they aren’t the only nostalgic numbers coming for the final month. We’ve also got The Notebook and Clueless coming our way, as well as new releases such as No Time To Die, The Matrix Resurrections, King Richard, House of Gucci, Spiderman: No Way Home and Dune to name just a few.

Once again, BYO will be available so summer night plans will be as easy as packing 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 satisfy your cravings and an onsite bar for your to grab a tipple.

If you want your own bean bed though, you’ll move quickly and snap up one of the premium passes, one of 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.

And FYI, this year Moonlight Cinemas has gone cashless so make sure you bring along your card.

Screenings kick off at sundown but doors to the venue open at 6pm so you can get there early, pick a spot and settle down for the evening flick. Tickets range from $15-$210.

Head to Moonlight Cinemas for tickets.

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