It's become one of the best summer treats on the Adelaide calendar, and the beginning of the new season of Moonlight Cinema showings definitely started with a bang!
Opening festively with the new release, Office Christmas Party, the crowds flocked in for what looks to be a promising line up of screenings until Feb 16th.
As a newbie to the whole outdoor cinema movement, I found myself in a whole new world of film viewing. More compact and accessible than a drive-in theatre- the Botanic Park Moonlight Cinema gives you the excitement of the parklands, but with the comfort of a theatre.
We were slightly dampened, quite literally, by the onset of heavy rain and thunder, however, the vibes at the Moonlight Cinema were super laid back and perfect for balmy summer dates/catch ups/solo film viewing. I'll definitely be back on a much drier night!
To view the full program for the season, head to the Moonlight Cinema website for deets.
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