Barkly Square Open Air Cinema is returning to McDougal Laneway in Brunswick with a two-month summer program. The proceeds form all ticket sales will be donated to charity.

Screenings start in the first week of December. The program includes eight films that will run on Saturday nights (look out for the pup-friendly screening of A Dog’s Purpose).

The charities being supported include The Brotherhood of St Laurence, Forever Friends Animal Rescue, The Smith Family, Make-A-Wish Australia, Berry Street, VicDeaf and Melbourne City Mission.

Tickets are $10. You can book online or purchase on the day at the box office.

December:
December 2 – Amelie
December 9 – A Dog’s Purpose (dog friendly)
December 16 – Elf
December 23 – Nightmare Before Christmas

January:
January 6 – Despicable Me
January 13 – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
January 20 – Dirty Dancing
January 27 – The Big Lebowski

barklysquare.com.au

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