– Tickets are now on sale for the Scandinavian Film Festival screening from 16-26 July at Palace Centro and showcasing the most exciting dramas, comedies and thrillers from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland. The Festival will open with the uproarious Here Is Harold [MA15+], a Norwegian road movie, about a man who sets out to kidnap the founder of Ikea. More information here.

– Winner of ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Environmental Film’ at the 2015 Byron Bay International Film Festival, Frackman [M] aims to spark a broad national conversation about coal seam gas development in Australia. The film releases exclusively to Palace Centro with special event screenings with Queensland producer, Trish Lake on 1, 15 & 22 July. More info here.

– National Theatre Live presents: Man and Superman [CTC] starring Academy Award® nominee Ralph Fiennes as Jack Tanner in this exhilarating reinvention of Shaw’s witty, provocative classic at Palace Centro on 27, 28 June & 1 July. More infomation here.

Far From The Madding Crowd [M] is our next Premiere Thursdays event on 25 June at Palace Centro. Based on the literary classic by Thomas Hardy, Carey Mulligan stars in this timeless story. Local Author Sally Piper will be in attendance on the night and will be introducing our Opening Night screening. Patrons can go in to the running to win a Classic Book Pack, courtesy of Mary Ryan’s and Fino Food+Wine will provide a complimentary cheese tasting on the evening! Fino believes really good food should be available and celebrated by all. It should be nibbled at each day, and in vast quantities on special occasions. Tickets available here.

– From the award winning team behind Senna comes Amy [MA15+], an Amy Winehouse documentary that explores the woman behind the name. Exclusive advanced screenings of the film will show this weekend 26, 27 & 28 June before release on July 2 at Palace Barracks and Centro. More info available here.

– For the release of Minions [PG] and Inside Out [PG] ahead of these school holidays, tickets are a special price of $8.90 for all patrons as part of our Family Selection offer at Palace Barracks. More info here.

– James Bond willingly falls into an assassination ploy involving a naive Russian beauty in order to retrieve a Soviet encryption device that was stolen by SPECTRE in From Russia With Love (1963) [PG]. The film will screen 28 June at Palace Centro as part of Vintage Centro‘s June lineup. Full program here.

– Screening this week as part of our Babes in Arms on Thursday 25 June is Minions [PG] at Palace Barracks and Love & Mercy [M] at Palace Centro. Babes in Arms sessions screen every Thursday at 11am and are designed to make you and your baby more comfortable, with dimmed lights and lower sound. For the upcoming program visit here.


Reel Fashion, a collection of fashion films screening every Friday night from July to October launches 10 July at Palace Centro. The program opens with the extraordinary Women He’s Undressed [PG] which tells the Hollywood story of Australia’s Orry-Kelly, the designer whose costumes created some of the most magical moments in cinema history. More info here.

– An immersive concert experience, a road movie of Water’s reckoning with the past, and a stirring anti-war film, Roger Waters The Wall [CTC] screens for one night only on 29 September at Palace Barracks and Centro. More infomation here.

– Celebrating the James Street Food & Wine Trail, Palace presents Cinematic Cravings with screenings of Julie & Julia [M] and Chocolat [PG] on 1 August at Palace Centro. More info on Julie & Julia [M] here and Chocolat [PG] here.

– A brilliant young psychiatrist is forced to confront the dark creature that dwells deep within her own unconscious when she investigates the supernatural disappearance of a university student in The Fear Of Darkness [CTC] screening exclusively at Palace Centro. Join us for a Special Q&A Preview Screening with homegrown talent and director Chris Fitchett on 19 August. Tickets on sale soon. Grab some more info here.

– Written and directed by Woody Allen, Irrational Man [CTC] tells the story of a burned-out, brilliant professor – one who believes in lessons from life rather than textbooks – who takes a job at a small college and becomes involved with a teacher as well as a precocious student. The film is showing as an Exclusive Movie Club Members Screening on 8 August at Palace Barracks and 9 August at Palace Centro. More information here

New Release Films

Far From The Madding Crowd [M]
releasing 25 June at Palace Barracks and Palace Centro

Love & Mercy [M]
releasing 25 June at Palace Barracks and Palace Centro

Ted 2 [MA15+]
releasing 25 June at Palace Barracks

Terminator Genisys [CTC]
releasing 1 July at Palace Barracks


– English National Opera presents: Pirates of Penzance [CTC], a story of the pirate apprentice Frederic and his love for Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley. The production is the UK’s most successful opera on screen event and will play at Palace Barracks from July 11. More info here.

– Helen Mirren reprises her role as Queen Elizabeth II in encore screenings of The Audience [CTC] playing as part of National Theatre Live at Palace Centro for one week only! From July 18 – more information here.

Ivan the Terrible [CTC] as presented by The Bolshoi Ballet debuts at Palace Centro on 20 June. The greatest ballet company in the world offers Australian audiences the opportunity to enjoy these outstanding performances. More information here.

– The Royal Ballet presents: La Fille Mal Gardee [CTC] as part of the Palace Opera & Ballet program on July 3, 4, 5 & 8. Frederick Ashton’s joyful ballet contains some of his most virtuoso choreography, and has been a firm favourite with audiences for over 50 years. Set in a storybook village, it follows the youthful affections of Lise and Colas under the nose of Lise’s larger-than-life mother, Widow Simone. More information about the program here.

Palace Cinemas Session Times
Thursday 25 June to Wednesday 1 July

Palace Barracks

Amy [M] No Free Tickets Advance Screenings
Fri-Sun 3.45pm

Far From The Madding Crowd [M] No Free Tickets
Thu 11.05, 3.55, 9.00pm
Fri-Wed 1.10, 3.35, 6.00, 8.30pm

Ted 2 [MA15+] No Free Tickets
Thu 1.10, 3.35, 6.00, 8.30pm
Fri-Wed 11.35, 4.25, 6.50, 9.15pm

Terminator: Genisys [M] No Free Tickets
Wed 11.10, 1.45, 6.45, 8.45pm

Love & Mercy [M] No Free Tickets
Thu 9.00, 1.30, 6.50pm
Fri-Wed 9.10, 2.00, 6.50pm

Minions [PG] No Free Tickets All Tix $8.90
Thu 9.00, 11.00, 3.50, 6.15pm
Fri/Sun-Tue 9.00, 11.05, 3.50, 6.15pm
Sat 9.00, 11.05, 6.15pm
Wed 9.00, 11.05, 4.20, 6.30pm

Inside Out [PG] No Free Tickets All Tix $8.90
Thu 9.00, 11.05, 1.40, 6.10pm
Fri-Sun/Tue 9.20, 11.30, 1.40, 6.10pm
Mon 9.20, 11.30, 1.40, 6.30pm
Wed 9.00, 11.10, 1.20, 6.10pm

Jurassic Park [M]
Thu-Tue 1.40, 4.10, 6.45, 9.20pm
Wed 1.40, 4.10, 9.20pm

Wild Tales [MA15+]
Thu-Tue 1.45, 4.15, 8.25pm
Wed 1.45, 4.15, 9.15pm

The Mafia Kills Only In Summer [MA15+]
Thu/Fri 1.40pm
Sat/Wed 11.30am
Sun-Tue 1.30pm

Aloha [PG]
Thu 11.25am
Fri/Sun-Tue 11.00am
Sat 10.50am

Entourage [MA15+]
Thu-Fri/Sun/Tue 9.05, 8.20pm
Sat 3.50, 8.20pm
Wed 8.20pm

Spy [MA15+]
Thu-Fri/Sun-Tue 11.15am
Sat/Wed 9.00am

Woman in Gold [M]
Thu/Mon-Tue 11.15, 9.15pm
Fri-Sun 9.00, 9.15pm
Wed 11.15am

Mad Max: Fury Road [MA15+]
Thu/Mon-Wed 3.45pm
Fri-Sun 4.15pm

Palace Centro

NT LIVE: Man + Superman [CTC] No Free Tickets
Sat/Sun/Wed 1.00pm

Amy [M] No Free Tickets Advance Screenings
Fri 1.10pm
Sat 3.50pm
Sun 3.10pm

Vintage Centro: From Russia With Love [PG] No Free Tickets
Sun 3.00pm

Limited Season: Frackman [PG] No Free Tickets
Wed 6.30pm

Far From The Madding Crowd [PG] No Free Tickets
Thu/Mon/Tue 10.30, 1.20, 4.10, 7.00, 8.30pm
Fri 10.30, 1.20, 7.00, 8.30pm
Sat 1.15, 4.00, 6.40, 8.30pm
Sun 10.30, 3.30, 5.30, 7.50pm
Wed 10.30 (Seniors), 1.20, 7.00, 8.45pm

Love & Mercy [M] No Free Tickets
Thu/Fri/Tue 11.00 (Babes in Arms), 1.00, 6.50, 9.10pm
Sat 11.00, 4.15, 6.50, 9.10pm
Sun 10.20, 12.50, 5.15, 8.00pm
Mon 11.00, 1.00, 8.45pm
Wed 11.00, 1.00, 6.50, 8.30pm

Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief [M] No Free Tickets
Thu/Fri/Mon/Tue 1.30, 4.00, 6.40, 9.15pm
Sat 11.10, 1.30, 7.00, 9.15pm
Sun 10.30, 12.40, 5.45, 8.00pm
Wed 10.20, 1.30, 4.00, 9.15pm

The Mafia Kills Only In Summer [M]
Thu 10.50, 1.10, 6.30pm
Fri 10.50, 4.10, 6.30pm
Sat 1.40, 5.10, 6.30pm
Sun 10.40, 1.00, 6.00pm
Mon 10.50, 1.10, 6.50pm
Tue 11.50, 1.45, 6.30pm
Wed 10.50, 4.10, 9.25pm

Woman In Gold [M]
Thu/Fri/Mon/Tue 10.40am
Sat 10.30am

Ex-Machina [MA15+]
Thu/Fri/Mon/Tue 4.30, 9.25pm
Sat 9.25pm
Sun 8.15pm

Aloha [PG]
Thu/Fri/Mon/Tue 4.20pm
Sat 10.40pm
Wed 3.50pm

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