Unlike some other cinema experiences, Girls School Cinema is WA owned and operated. The primary food supplier; Mack Daddy’s New York Slice, is a local Perth business based in Mount Lawley. The beverage partners are all WA based companies. On top of this, a huge range of the first program features films which are made in or inspired by WA. Plus there are loads of Australian made films in there too.
Check out some of the incredible “double” events that Girls School is known for like; the 50s Sci-Fi Double: Earth vs The Flying Saucers + Night of the Demon, Iconic Aussie Double: Strictly Ballroom + Muriel’s Wedding and 70s Dystopian Double: Logan’s Run + Soylent Green.
To celebrate the season-opening, Girls School is running a competition for the Ultimate Girls School Cinema Experience. If you win this prize, you and nine mates will enjoy a private screening, an hour to explore all the hidden secrets of the iconic building, with pizza on arrival plus bottomless popcorn! Purchase any Girls School Cinema ticket before 30 August to go in the running.
The Girls School Cinema is showing so many epic movies at the moment, so we’re giving away tickets to them all!
To win double passes to Hearts and Bones, Jasper Jones, The Australian Dream, tune into The Breakfast Show and Drive Show all this week.
To win tickets to see The Trip to Greece play our Facebook game to go in the draw and win.
Competition closes Friday 14th August, 11.59 pm. 2x winners will be chosen from those who comment on the competition post (with an answer of 50s Sci-Fi Double, Iconic Aussie Double or 70s Dystopian Double) and tag a friend.