The Regal Cinema at Birmingham Gardens has a great program lined up for this weekend. If you’ve never attended a session at The Regal this weekend’s movies may just tempt you.
A stunning black comedy from the makers of The Guard. Stars Chris O’Dowd, Dylan Moran and Kelly Reilly.
Friday 22 August – 7.30pm
Saturday 30 August – 7.30pm
Sunday 31 August -3pm
Saturday 6 Sept – 12pm with complimentary HIGH TEA!
THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY (M)
This gripping suspense thriller is a sumptuous, sun-drenched adaptation of the classic novel by Patricia Highsmith (The Talented Mr Ripley). Stars Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst.
Saturday 23 August 12pm with complimentary HIGH TEA!
Friday 29 August 7.30pm
JERSEY BOYS (M)
Four young men from the wrong side of the tracks come together to form iconic pop group Franki Valli and The Four Seasons. Directed by Oscar winner Client Eastwood.
Saturday 23 August – 3pm
Sunday 31 August – 6pm
Saturday 6 Sept – 3pm
FROZEN SING-A-LONG (G) – Tickets just $6 includes drink, sml chips & small chocolate.
Sunday 24 August – 12pm
Sunday 31 August – 12pm
Sunday 7 Sept – 12pm
SUNSHINE ON LEITH (PG)
A jubilant, heartfelt musical follows one tight-knit family and 3 couples bound to it. Set to the foot-tapping music of The Proclaimers.
Saturday 23 August – 7.30pm
A funny and sometimes dark comedy about an ambitious pop group who face the pitfalls of musical fame.
FINAL SCREENING Sunday 24 August – 6pm with free music from Hawaii Three-0 from 5.30pm.
THE GRAND SEDUCTION (M)
A light-hearted comedy. A fun and faithful remake of the French Canadian film Seducing Doctor Lewis.
Saturday 6 September – 7.30pm
Sunday 7 September – 6pm
BACKYARD ASHES (PG)
Entertaining family film and uplifting Aussie comedy about the bitter sporting rivalry between a group of amateur cricket-playing mates and their English next door neighbour.
Sunday 7 September 3pm
THE TRIP TO ITALY (M)
The amusing banter of comedians Steve Coogan (Philomena) and Rob Brydon makes them entertaining guides as we accompany them on a gorgeous gourmet odyssey.
Sunday 24 August – 3pm
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (M)
A vibrant slapstick caper set in a famous European hotel between the wars. 5 stars – David Stratton
Saturday 30 August – 12pm with complimentary HIGH TEA!
A rattling good tale that combines a period romance with political drama. Based on a true story.
Saturday 30 August – 3pm FINAL SCREENING
SPECIAL EVENT! THE BIG LEBOWSKI (MA15+)
Sold Out in July and August ‘The Dude’ returns for a September night of bowling, dude food and film!
Dress code: Dressing gowns and bowling shirts optional. 2 bowling lanes will be available!
Friday 5 September – 6.30pm bowling and 7.30pm screening
All tickets are $7. To book a spot please email firstname.lastname@example.org – Complimentary drinks and movie snacks at all sessions!
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