The Moonlight Cinema season is well underway in Brisbane, with an array of new release and classic films scheduled for screening under the stars in New Farm Park. The season kicked off on December 12, but runs through until February 23 with sessions scheduled each week from Wednesday to Sunday (except Christmas Day) on the lawn adjacent to the Brisbane Powerhouse.
Tonight will feature a preview screening of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, while Boxing Night will feature Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The season will also include preview screenings of August: Osage County, Saving Mr Banks, The Book Thief, The Wolf of Wall Street, 12 Years a Slave and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit as well as special events such as a Grease sing-a-long, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Monty Python’s Life of Brian and a special Australia Day presentation of The Castle.
Tickets are $16.00, with $12.00 Thursday sessions and there are a limited number of bean bags available for hire. Patrons can BYO picnic or purchase meals, snacks, beer and wine from the Moonlight cafeteria.
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