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Award-Season Hits, Sing-A-Longs, And Summer Blockbusters Sweep into Moonlight Cinema This February

January 20, 2018 Whats On No Comments Email Email

Throughout December and January, Moonlight Cinemapresented by NAB, has entertained crowds on lush lawns in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth The action, drama and laughs are set to continue this February with a number of advanced screenings,cinematic blockbusters, fan favourites and family films lighting up Moonlight’s silver screen.

See the hottest and most anticipated films of the summer at Moonlight with advanced screenings of the critically acclaimed coming-of-age story, Lady Bird; the sizzling third-chapter of the Fifty Shades trilogy with Fifty Shades Freed; and the heart-wrenching story of an unlikely love-affair between an old Hollywood bombshell and her much younger lover in Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool.

With the award season upon us, Australia’s favourite and biggest outdoor cinema will present screenings of films that are sure to define 2018, including: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MissouriCall Me By Your NameThe Post; Darkest Hour; I, Tonya and All the Money in the WorldCatch them all and find out why the critics are raving about these films.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of cult hit Spice World, Moonlight Cinema is hosting a special sing-along screening of the iconic film. For one night only, grab your pals, dress up as your favourite Spice Girl, relive the 90s and head to Moonlight Cinema for a night of non-stop singing of Spice Girls classics while watching the momentous film.

For Sydney-siders only, there will be exclusive pre-screening activities and photo opportunities that will make you really want to go zig-a-zag-ah. Be prepared to laugh, sing and spice up your night with Scary, Sporty, Baby, Ginger and Posh as they go on a rollercoaster bus-ride through London.

There’s a bunch of other much loved fan-favourite films screening in February including Breakfast at Tiffany’sDirty Dancing and a sing-along screening of Grease which celebrates 40 years since it was first released in 1978!

The school holidays may be coming to a close but that doesn’t mean the fun needs to stop! Moonlight’s February program continues with a selection of the summer’s best family flix. From the fun and adventure of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle to the stunning and colourful Land of the Dead with the award-winning, animated Mexican musical, Coco.  Moonlight’s Family Pass for select G and PG-rated films is just $50, which makes it one of the most affordable outings a family of four can have.

Finally, choose the perfect Valentine’s Day date option – a romantic night under the stars at a special screening of the all-singing and all-dancing – The Greatest Showman.

Being a BYO* event, Moonlight Cinema is a low-cost, easy night out for everyone. If you’re too busy to BYO, don’t stress. Moonlight can provide you with everything you need – hot food, drinks, snacks and bean-bed rentals. For the luxury experience, Moonlight’s Gold Grass reserved bean-beds are in a premium viewing location and include a waiter service – perfect for spoiling yourself or someone special.

On gorgeous green lawns in MelbourneSydneyBrisbaneAdelaide and Perth, Moonlight Cinema brings a relaxed festival atmosphere to film-watching. Round up some mates, the family, or a hot date, pack a picnic rug and a hamper of homemade goodies and relax under the stars for the quintessential summer cinema experience.

Tickets are on sale now at www.moonlightcinema.com.au

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