Council has announced that Mudgee Town Hall Cinema screenings will resume at limited capacity in accordance with COVID Safe measures next month.
The February screenings are being offered on a trial basis and future screenings will be determined based on the viability of this trial.
Sessions of the Erin Bana film, The Dry (rated MA15+) and The Witches (rated M) will screen on 5, 6 and 7 February.
As a COVID Safe venue, patrons will be required to check in via the Service NSW app when entering the cinema and follow all other measures in place.
- Saturday 6 February, 11.00am
- Sunday 7 February, 11.00am
- Friday 5 February, 7.00pm
- Saturday 6 February, 4.30pm
- Sunday 7 February, 4.30pm
Tickets will be on sale from Monday, 18 January, online via Council's website and at Council's Customer Service Centres (cash only) until Wednesday, 3 February or at the cinema door (if not sold out prior).
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for children/concession and children under five years are free.
"Council understands the Town Hall Cinema is a service valued by the local community and many residents have been looking forward to cinema screenings resuming," Council's Acting General Manager, Simon Jones said.
"If you are attending please follow all directions from volunteers, including the QR sign in, and please do not attend if you are feeling unwell."
Mudgee Town Hall Cinema is volunteer run by the Combined Rotary Clubs of Mudgee with assistance from Mid-Western Regional Council.
Trailer for The Dry
Trailer for The Witches