• Screening
Illustration of a cinema projector made up of various icons that represent cinema.
Category
Event
Date
1 - 30 November 2016

Classic Cinema

  • Perth Cultural Centre

Classic Cinema Club is back with free nightly screenings from Sunday to Thursday with the golden age of cinema. 

Bring along your chairs, picnic rugs and blankets and settle in for a night of classic cinema. 

Upcoming Films:

  • Thursday 3 November, 7:40pm: Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960) - Comedy (G)
  • Sunday 6 November, 7:30pm: The Guns of Navarone (1961) - Action (PG)
  • Monday 7 November, 7:00pm: Little Women (1933) - Drama (G)
  • Tuesday 8 November, 5:30pm: Casablanca (1942) - Romance (PG)
  • Tuesday 8 November, 7:10pm: In This Our Life (1942) – Drama (PG)
  • Wednesday 9 November, 7:35pm: The Dam Busters (1955) – Drama (PG)
  • Thursday 10 November, 7:35pm: The Sandpiper (1965) – Drama (PG)
  • Sunday 13 November, 7:30pm: The Candidate (1972) – Drama (PG)
  • Monday 14 November, 7:30pm: The Great Ziegfeld (1936) – Musical (PG)
  • Tuesday 15 November, 7:30pm: Passage to Marseille (1944) – Adventure (PG)
  • Wednesday 16 November, 7:30pm: Singing in the Rain (1952) – Musical (PG)
  • Thursday 17 November, 7:30pm: Giant (1956) – Western (PG)
  • Sunday 20 November, 7:30pm: Hatari! (1962) – Adventure (PG)
  • Monday 21 November, 7:35pm: How to Steal a Million (1966) – Comedy (PG)
  • Tuesday 22 November, 7:35pm: High Anxiety (1977) – Comedy (PG)
  • Wednesday 23 November, 7:30pm: How The West Was Won (1962)  Western (PG)
  • Thursday 24 November, 7:35pm: Come September (1961) - Comedy (PG)
  • Sunday 27 November, 7:30pm: Rear Window (1954) – Mystery (PG)
  • Monday 28 November, 7:30pm: The Wizard of Oz (1939) – Adventure (G)
  • Tuesday 29 November, 7:30pm: Key Largo (1948) – Noir (PG)
  • Wednesday 30 November, 7:30pm: Jailhouse Rock (1957) – Musical (PG)
  • Wednesday 30 November, 9:05pm: Rebel Without a Cause (1955) – Drama (PG)

 

Dates and times

  • 1 - 30 November 2016

Location information

  • Perth Cultural Centre Screen

    Perth Cultural Centre, James Street Amphitheatre, (Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street)