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Special Events
  • Thank you to all of those who entered our colouring competition for Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. It was a tough decision as they all looked great!
    We have decided to change up the prizes and add an extra family pass and some single passes as there were so many great entries as it was too hard to choose!

    Cheyanne Reid is the winner of our $50 BONDS(R) Voucher!

    Our winners of the family passes are:
    Laura McFadden
    Chevy Heffernan
    Cheyanne Reid

    Our winners of the double passes are:
    Ruby Balding
    Azahli (no surname given)
    Ryder (no surname given)
    Alex (no surname given)

    Our winners of the single passes are:
    Augustine Hoo
    Jordyn McFadden
    Layla Heffernan
    Grace Holaj
    Peyton (no surname given)
    Kunjara (no surname given)

    Congratulations to all our winners! To claim your prize, please come in and see our friendly staff. Please make sure you have photo or other official I.D.to verify your identity.
    We have also emailed you to let you know that you have won. Please show staff this email on collection - you may need to check your junk/spam folder. Prizes will be available for collection from candybar from 1pm on Friday 22nd September.

  • The 2017-18 season of The Met: Live in HD will kick off October 29 with Norma. The series will continue with Die Zauberflöte (November 12), The Exterminating Angel (December 10), Tosca (February 11), L’Elisir d’Amore (March 4), La Bohème (April 8), Semiramide (April 29), Così fan tutte (May 27), Luisa Miller (June 17), and Cendrillon (July 22).

    The Met’s groundbreaking series launched in 2006 and quickly established the company as the world’s leading alternative cinema content provider. More than 21 million tickets have been sold since the series’ inception, and the series currently reaches more than 2,000 movie theaters in 71 countries around the world.

    “We’re replenishing our core repertoire with new productions of Così fan tutte, Norma, and Tosca, while stretching our horizons with The Exterminating Angel and Cendrillon,” said Peter Gelb, Met General Manager. “It’s a season of repertory favorites and stimulating rarities, with something for neophytes and aficionados alike.”

    Among the season’s revivals are some rarely performed stagings, including Verdi’s Luisa Miller, and Rossini's Semiramide, last performed at the Met in 1993.

  • Forum Cinema is delighted to present classic movies on our Silver Screen program.

     

    We are delighted to screen beautiful classic films and bring the magic of traditional cinema back to the BIG SCREEN. Silver Screen runs once a month outside of school holidays, generally on a Sunday afternoon and the following Wednesday morning. It is a great chance to meet up with old friends, and maybe even make some new ones!

     

    Enjoy a relaxed afternoon tea on Sunday screenings, and lunch on a Wednesday screening, included in the price of a ticket.

     

    Tickets cost just $12.50.