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Fabulous films at the Moncrieff

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West Side Story screening as the free community movie screening for August at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.

The curtains are being drawn back on the movie screen at the Moncrieff Entertainment with plenty of fabulous films on offer for local cinema lovers.


Free to the community in August, the classic film remake of West Side Story, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler will be showcased.

This reimagining of the beloved musical from Tony Kushner, tells the classic tale of love at first sight and fierce rivalries set in 1957 New York.

This screening takes place on 16 August at 10.30 am to 1.30 pm and while tickets are free, bookings are essential.

The King of the Waltz, André Rieu will be delighting fans in his new cinema concert, Love Is All Around.

Be transported to André’s annual summer concert in the iconic Vrijthof Square featuring the Johann Strauss Orchestra.

Heart-warming pieces chosen by André will cover classic, popular sing-alongs and charming waltzes.

Love is All Around will be shown on 27 August at 1 pm.

Tickets are $40 and can be booked here.


In September movie buffs can enjoy a double bill of Aussie films with A Stitch In Time and Limbo, screening on 2 September.

A Stitch in Time celebrates the joys of friendship, culture and following your dreams.

This heart-warming film tells the story of former dressmaker Liebe (Maggie Blinco) who transforms herself after befriending a young Chinese fashion designer.

This film is an ode to the power of community and friendships that come from the most unexpected places.

Limbo is a 2023 Australian independent mystery-crime film directed by Ivan Sen and starring Simon Baker, Rob Collins, Natasha Wanganeen and Nicholas Hope.

Limbo is a mystery-crime film about detective Travis Hurlery (Simon Baker) who comes to a small Australian outback town to investigate the 20 year old unsolved homicide of an Aboriginal woman.

Travis discovers a collection of unpleasant truths, highlighting the intricacies of loss and injustice faced by Aboriginal Australians.

Created with support from Screen Queensland and the South Australian Film Festival, Limbo had its premiere at the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival.

Tickets for both films are $13 and can be booked here and here.

Globally renowned opera house, the Metropolitan Opera is the scene for the live opera recording of the The Hours. Rich and loaded vocal stories that are confronting, vulnerable, joyful, and undeniably human.

The world-premiere production of The Hours by Pulitzer Prize winning composer Kevin Puts sees soprano Renée Fleming make her highly anticipated return to the Met.

Adapted from Michael Cunningham’s acclaimed novel and inspired by Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, the powerful story follows three women from different eras who each grapple with their inner demons and their roles in society.

Radiating star power, with soprano Kelli O’Hara and mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato joining Fleming as the opera’s trio of heroines.

Phelim McDermott directs this compelling drama, with Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin on the podium to conduct Puts’s poignant and powerful score.

The Hours will be screened on 27 September 2023 at 1 pm.

Tickets are Adults: $28; Concession: $24; 20 Years and Under: $15; Group 10+: $10 and available here.

Check out all the live entertainment and laughs to be had at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre during August and September as showstoppers take to the stage, by clicking here.

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