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Razia Osmani, Reporter

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Summer is almost over and usually it means outdoor movies season is over too. However, we found a bunch of places still showing a great list of outdoor movies. Here is a list in case you missed out over the summer.

Rooftop Movies:

The Fringe World Festival presents us with rooftop movies in Northbridge. You can get cosy on beanbags atop the sixth level of a Roe Street parking garage with panoramic views of the city’s skyline, they also offer food and drinks from Mack Daddy’s New York Slice to San Churro’s and a bar.

The list of movies screening between 12-20 March 2019 include:

  • A Quiet Place
  • Bohemian Rhapsody: Singalong
  • Dazed and Confused
  • The Notebook
  • On The Basis of Sex
  • Mary Poppins Returns
  • Spice World

For all movie screenings click here (Season ends 30 March 2019).

Ticket prices vary depending on your needs, starts from $10 (Fringe World friends discount), $11 (ECU/WAAPA student discount/cheap Tuesday) all the way up to $62 (premium couple lounge) plus a $3 booking fee.

For further details on ticket prices click here.

For all details regarding Rooftop Movies click here.

Moonlight Cinema Perth:

Kings Park and Botanic Garden are showing movies among the trees, they also offer a selection of food and drinks.

The list of movies screening between 12-20 March 2019 include:

  • The Front Runner
  • Hotel Mumbai
  • Swimming With Men
  • 10 Things I Hate About You
  • The Lego Movie 2
  • Green Book
  • Muriel’s Wedding
  • Fighting With My Family

For all movie screenings click here (Season ends 31 March 2019).

Ticket prices vary depending on your needs, starting from $15 (seniors/children) all the way up to $60 (Family pass).

For further details on ticket prices click here.

Telethon Community Cinemas:

Community outdoor cinema is affordable and family friendly, donating all its profits to charities. Over 500 volunteers run the event each year and they have raised $8.25 million to date. They have four different locations showing movies, the venues are all catered and fully licensed, Burswood, Bassendean, Murdoch and Northam with free parking.

The list of movies screening between 12-20 March 2019 include:

  • Ben Is Back
  • Cold Pursuit
  • The Mule
  • What Men Want
  • Alita: Battle Angel
  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Green Book
  • Grease Singalong

Season ends on different date depending on the venue, for all movie screenings click here.

For further details on ticket prices and general info click here.

Openair Cinemas:

Ozone Reserve in East Perth is hosting movies by the river. You can look forward to live music, great sunsets, food and drinks while watching a movie.

The list of movies screening between 12-20 March 2019 include:

  • The Favourite
  • Vice
  • Glass
  • How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • Aquaman
  • Mary Queen Of Scots

For all movie screenings click here (Season ends 14 April 2019).

Luna Outdoor Cinema:

A laid back relaxing environment in middle of Leedervile, the venue is fully licensed, they offer a selection of food and drinks including a cheese board.

The list of movies screening between 12-20 March 2019 include:

  • Free Solo
  • Roma
  • Hotel Mumbai

For all movie screenings click here (Season ends 21 April 2019).

Ticket prices vary starting from $14.50 (Children/Seniors).

For further details on ticket prices and general info click here.

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