Sydney’s Manly Wharf Hotel converted into a pop up mini seaside cinema

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In just a couple of days Sydneysiders will be able to watch Jaws on Manly Wharf. Could anything be more perfect? The Steven Spielberg classic will be the first of many classic shown at Manly Wharf Hotel as the seaside venue transforms into a cinema every Monday until the end of September.

While Jaws launches the whole shebang on 1st June, there’s an entire diverse film program planned at the venue’s main bar, which overlooks Sydney Harbour. The mini seaside cinema will feature comfy bean bags, buttery popcorn, and a $10 movie meal menu. Guests will watch all these on a brand spanking new 2-metre TV for FREE.

Burgers – Beef, Chicken, and Veggie – will be on the menu, as will BBQ Chicken Pizzas and Margheritas as part of the $10 movie meal menu only available on Monday nights. Toohey’s will be 10 bucks each as well; same deal with jugs of Hahn Super Dry, served alongside a $10 ‘cocktail of the night’ which will also come in a jug. Seat service will ensure no one misses a beat.

Confirmed sessions are as follows:

Monday June 1st – JAWS
Monday June 8th – BIG WEDNESDAY
Monday June 22nd – THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
Monday June 29th – THE BIG LEBOWSKI
Monday July 6th – PULP FICTION
Monday July 13th – THE NOTEBOOK
Monday July 20th – OCEAN’S ELEVEN
Monday July 27th – THELMA AND LOUISE
Monday August 3rd – THE BLUES BROTHERS
Monday August 10th – RESERVOIR DOGS
Monday August 31st – WAYNE’S WORLD
Monday September 7th – FIGHT CLUB
Monday September 14th – THE HANGOVER
Monday September 21st – MAD MAX
Monday September 28th – SILENCE OF THE LAMBS

Manly Wharf Hotel is located on Manly Wharf, East Esplanade. You can contact them on 02 9977 1266


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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