Sunset Cinema coming back to gardens

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BACK  for its second season, the IMB Sunset Cinema will provide Canberrans  an escape to the foot of Black Mountain in the heart of the Australian National Botanic Gardens.

sunset cinemaScreening from November 15 to December 21, 4 nights per week, the season will offer its guests a mix of blockbusters and cult classics, as well as live music, beanbags, gourmet food and a licensed bar.

The 2013 program has something for everyone from blockbusters such as “Gravity”, “Rush” and cult hits like “Top Gun” and “Dirty Dancing”, to family flicks including “The Smurfs 2”, “Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2”, “Planes” and “Turbo”.

On opening night on Friday November 15 local Canberra band Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens will entertain the crowd.

IMB CEO Robert Ryan says, “As a member-based organisation, IMB is committed to supporting the local communities in the areas in which we operate and the IMB Sunset Cinema is a great way for us to do this.”

IMB Sunset Cinema, Australian National Botanic Gardens, November 15 –  December 21. Bookings to sunsetcinema.com.au/canberra

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