Sunset Cinema returns to the iconic North Sydney Oval for its 10th season, illuminating the picturesque grandstand with 35 films and offering a great opportunity to enjoy the warmer weather with your family, mates or dates.
The uniquely nostalgic setting of North Sydney Oval, with its art-deco golden-era pavilions and historic cricket grounds, makes this one of the most unique outdoor cinema experiences in Australia.
Now that the silly season is in full swing, Sunset Cinema North Sydney will be kicking off with a variety of much-loved festive movies including Love Actually (16 & 18 December), Home Alone (17 December), Die Hard (22 December) and A Boy Called Christmas (23 December).
After Christmas, this summer's hottest new releases will light up the night, giving those who were deprived of the movie-going experience a chance to make up lost time as a result of the pandemic-induced hiatus.
Some of the standout films include Don’t Look Up (29 December), Shang-Chi: And The Legend Of The Ten Rings (5 January), Venom (7 & 19 January), The French Dispatch (13 & 22 January), Spiderman: No Way Home (21 January & 17 February), No Time To Die (20 & 29 January) and House of Gucci (3 & 18 February).
Nothing screams outdoor cinema more than an adored classic, so warm up your vocal cords for those feel-good toe-tapping favourites including Westside Story (11 February) and Dirty Dancing (12 February), both of which will be shown in the lead up to Valentine’s Day for the ultimate romantic date night.
For those looking to entertain the kids during school holidays, Jungle Cruise (8 January), The Greatest Showman (12 January), Encanto (14 January) and Sing 2 (28 January) tick the family-favourites box, making it not only a great evening out for the little ones, but for mum, dad and the grandparents as well.
Because movies are best enjoyed with a great bevvie, there will be a fully stocked bar with beverages from Greenall’s Gin, Big Drop Brewing, Fowles Wine, StrangeLove and BentSpoke, as well as hearty eats by local food vendor, Casa Fine Foods.
Sunset Cinema has partnered with the caterer to curate the perfect outdoor cinema menu, which includes artisan charcuterie boards and an array of delicious mains including a zesty pesto pasta, a crunchy brown rice poke bowl and a beef brisket pastrami & Tasmanian raclette toastie. Patrons can order these delicious foods via Mr Yum, so they can enjoy the movie and a few drinks while they wait to receive a text to collect their food.
Movie-must-have snacks like freshly popped popcorn, chocolates and lollies will also be available each session. Sunset Cinema also allows for a BYO picnic, so get creative and tag us in your ultimate #movieplatter!
The team at Sunset Cinema take standards for hygiene and cleanliness very seriously and are committed to provide a safe event for all patrons, staff & partners.
We have been closely monitoring the current COVID-19 Australian Government, Australian Health Department, ACT & NSW State Government and Event Venue Partner advice and restrictions, and any additional regulatory requirements will be implemented accordingly.
Our aim is to make sure we are doing everything we can to help eliminate COVID-19 community transmission to ensure the event is as safe as possible. We greatly appreciate your patience and assistance during this time.
A number of measures have been implemented (see below) to adhere to all guidelines. Any patron who does not follow these or any instructions from staff will be refused entry and asked to leave.
Please maintain social distancing of 1.5m at all times, this includes queuing. All patrons are recommended to stay within their vehicle unless purchasing food or visiting ammenities.
We have increased our hygiene with additional cleaning & sanistisers around the event. Our staff are also cleaning the seating hire options after each customer has used them.
You must not attend Sunset Cinema if you are feeling unwell or have been told to isolate. In some locations you may be temperature checked.
Sunset Cinema is a cashless event. We prefer contactless payments.