Instead of just the usual picnic rug and bean bag sitcho, Mov’in Bed cinema brings in a whopping 150 queen size beds with LED-lit bedside tables, some comfy pillows and a blankie (in case it gets chilly) to St Kilda foreshore.
The Astor Theatre is a cinema in the grand, old manner. Hover, there is nothing 'old-fashioned' about The Astor's facilities.
The Astor screen a mix of classics and latest release films, along with food, a licenced bar and snacks.
The Theatre is also fully accessible.
Transport your self back in time with Barefoot Cinema at Rippon Lea Estate. The magic begins as soon as you step through the gate and walk along an enchanting path that leads to the majestic Rippon Lea mansion.
Find a spot to get comfy, grab a bite to eat from the food truck or something to drink at the fully licensed bar and enjoy the live music before the film.
The National Theatre has been a vital part of Melbourne's creative landscape since 1920. Playing host to hundreds of performances and community events every year.
You'll find performances from the National Theatre Drama School and the National Theatre Ballet School, as well as the community and emerging artists.
Temperance Hall is a stunning and vital arts hub, supporting experimental and risk-taking contemporary culture.
You'll find a range of works from independent artists and small companies who push their practices and make bold new works.
They also offer online dance classes at activities.