After 4 consecutive years in Sydney, Mov'in Bed is undertaking its first national tour this season, making its way through Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
With a spectacular 150 beds under the stars, Mov’in Bed is the biggest outdoor bed cinema in the world, and could well be the most comfortable. Blankets, glow side tables, mattresses and a premium pillow experience by Ecosa (yep, they are great) are on hand to keep this ‘cinema’ experience warm, cosy and comfy.
First landing in Perth's Ozone Reserve, this must-do movie night is accompanied by a giant screen and surrounding stereo sound system for the screenings, crossing the 4 cities from October to May (see movinbed.com for local details).
The movie line-up has been curated with care by a dedicated team of cinema lovers, and there’s no doubt the selection has been designed to cater for a diverse taste in films.
It’s good to see a few of the latest releases are included in the screenings, with the highly anticipated Joker, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, and Ad Astra. But it’s also a joy to welcome ‘classics’ such Back To The Future and Pulp Fiction, and a few family flicks as well, like The Lion King, Shazam and The Goonies (if you're planning a date night, check out the sessions for Dirty Dancing or IT Chapter Two - if you dare ...).
Dinner under the stars is also on the menu. “Bed delivery” sees Mov’in Bed partnering with some highly regarded local brands for an equally worthwhile culinary experience. The food is delivered straight to your bed and the bar serves wine, champagne, ice cream, movie candy and popcorn. Perfect, right?
In wanting to make the screenings affordable for everyone, there is the option not to choose the bed experience, with ‘grass tickets’ also available. Spaces are limited per night, but you can BYO blanket and picnic to enjoy the movie under the stars with your friends for as little as $9 per head.
Movies currently scheduled include:
Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
A Dog's Journey
Back to the Future
IT Chapter Two
The Lion King (New Version)
A Star is Born
Rambo: Last Blood
Tickets: from $9 to $93
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