Girls Night Out coming to Tivoli Cinema

Karen Focas at Tivoli Cinema welcomes women to check out Ladybird, screening at next month’s Girls Night Out.

Tivoli Cinema is introducing a new monthly event aimed at getting girls out of the house for a night at the movies.

The “Girls Night Out” will kick off on February 15 with the screening of Ladybird, a comedy/drama centred around a teenager’s loving but turbulent relationship with her strong-willed mother over her final year of high school.

The March rendition of “Girls Night Out” will feature the next “50 Shades” instalment, dubbed Fifty Shades Freed. Dates of the event will vary month to month depending on film availability.

“It will always be a film which appeals to women,” explained Karen Focas from Tivoli Cinema. “We thought once a month we’d run it, but really it will be when a good girls’ movie comes out, so it may not be every month, it just depends on what’s available.

“It’s really just a fun excuse for girlfriends, friends, or mums and daughters to get out of the house… it’s aimed for women but guys are welcome too.”

Tickets will be $20 each, which includes the movie pass, a glass of wine or beer on arrival, as well as nibbles – a package valued at around $30. RSVP is not essential but booking is advised due to limited seating. For more information contact Tivoli Cinema on 07 823 5064.

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