Restaurant Hubert’s Magnums and Movies series is back for 2020. From February to October, the restaurant’s owners will screen their favourite films, with magnums of wine to share and themed buffet dinners to match.
The French restaurant’s lavish Theatre Royale will be put to good use, with proceedings kicking off on February 3 with Quentin Tarantino’s darkly funny Inglourious Basterds.
Impress your date on Valentine’s Day with a screening of French indie flick Amélie, or set off on an outback road trip on February 24 for Aussie classic The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
On April 6 UK comedians Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon will make your sides split and your stomach grumble as they tour from Piedmont to Capri in The Trip to Italy.
Food-lovers should also head to the July 20 showing of sleeper hit Chef, as well as celebrated documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi (April 28), Taiwanese classic Eat Drink Man Woman (June 22), and 2002 dramedy Mostly Martha (October 12). The series wraps up on October 26 with a screening of Johnny Depp-vehicle Chocolat.
Tickets include drinks and canapés on arrival, popcorn, wine and a buffet dinner (although note that dietary requests can’t be accommodated).