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Enjoy cinema by the beach at Bondi Openair with sunset drinks, gourmet food, live music and films under the stars from January 20.

Enjoy the comfort of bean bags, complimentary for early arrivals, while watching cinema greats on a huge outdoor screen.

Bondi Openair Cinema
Bondi Openair Cinema at Bondi Pavilion


The program features a mix of new releases including The Social Network, which follows the grand plans that transformed a geek into a 22 year old billionaire; the final instalment of the Harry Potter cinematic phenomenon - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; The Tourist starring Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie plus cult hits and favourites such as Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction and the Molly Ringwald 1980's cult classic The Breakfast Club.

Pulp Fiction
Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction


According to the website: "The Bondi Openair program is not what you'd usually expect in mainstream cinema, and is full of feature films to provoke, engage and inspire audiences. There's something for every film lover; action, comedy, romance, drama and horror genres from summer new releases to arthouse films, and cult favourites."

Harry Potter
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.


The cinema season will kick off with opening night film Gainsbourg. According to the website is: "From first-time director Joann Sfar ... a glimpse into the life of influential French singer Serge Gainsbourg, a lifetime filled with music, war, and glittering women from Brigitte Bardot to Juliette Greco.
As Parisian as a curling spiral of cigarette smoke, GAINSBOURG follows the life of French singer Serge Gainsbourg (Eric Elmosnino), from growing up in 1940s Nazi-occupied Paris through his successful song-writing years in the 1960s to his death in 1991 at the age of 62." Watch the trailer and book tickets here.

Gainsbourg
Opening night film Gainsbourg


Cinemagoers can relax with gourmet-style food and beverages, while listening to the sunset sounds of acoustic sets in the courtyard amphitheatre of the Bondi Pavilion.

Before each film starts at sunset, Bondi Openair presents local musicians playing on the Sunset Stage, including Jack Carty, Ashleigh Mannix, Nick van Breda and Six String Karma.

Bondi Openair Cinema
Bondi Openair Cinema by Bondi Beach


Celebrate Australia day in true Aussie style by watching a surf film under the stars by the beach. The latest release from surf documentary director Taylor Steele, Castles in the Sky, will screen with a free BBQ, the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown and a DJ at dusk where you can have a beer at special prices.

There is a fully licensed bar. There is no BYO alcohol but cinemagoers are more than welcome to bring picnic baskets.

For directions and tips how to get there by bike click here.

Bondi Openair Cinema
Enjoy the comfort of Bean Bags at Bondi Openair Cinema
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Why? Enjoy cinema under the start by iconic Bondi Beach
When: Doors open 6:30pm film starts at sunset from January 20 to February 5.
Where: Bondi Pavillion, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach Sydney (Access to the Pavilion is via the main entrance on the Bondi Beach Ocean Promenade).
Cost: Adult: $18 ($13.90 Early Bird tickets online); Star Class: $35 (VIP ticket includes bean bag, reserved seating & comp drink on arrival) & Children/Concession/Student: $14.90
Comments
One thing not mentioned in the article is that the Bondi OpenAir Cinema security tip out any liquids brought in, including water, don't worry you can buy water at the venue.
By Anonymous
Sunday, 5th of February @ 09:11 pm
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