With a state of the art cinema complex, and cuisines from all around the world, a day out is easy at Currambine Central's "Entertainment and Eats" precinct.
December is a great month to relax and chill out at the movies with the family. Check out the selection of movies coming our in December at Grand Cinemas.
Did you know Grand Cinemas is WA owned and operated? And the Currambine cinema is the newest in Perth, with a refurbishment in 2018?
- 05 December: The Good Liar, The Addams Family
- 12 December: Playmobil: The Movie, The Queen's Corgi, The Whistleblower
- 13 December: Black Christmas
- 19 December: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
- 26 December: Jojo Rabbit, Jumanji: The Next Level
- 29 December: The Shinjuku Five
For a full list of movies and session times, go to Grand Cinemas Currambine, or check out their site here.
Thinking about office Christmas parties? End of year functions? Or even a large family gathering? Our restaurants have some great function and party menus available.
Chapter's Bistro: They're fully booked on Christmas Day but there are some spaces free for parties before the big event! Check out the link for a function sample menu.
Oscars Restaurant: The entire venue can be reserved to cater for over 100 guests or a smaller section of the restaurant can be reserved to suit the size of your event. Full out their online inquiry form at the link above.
Mashawi Middle Eastern: Groups can dine in the separate area with a more intimate setting to enjoy their event. Mashawi also provide outside catering, and with amazing vegetarian and vegan dishes.
No Smoking Please
The only smoke allowed at the Entertainment and Eats precinct is from the meat hitting the grill at Charcoal Charlies or New Oscars.
We know the garden edging provides an ideal place to sit, but please be courteous of other patrons and families with children, and please smoke elsewhere.
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Movie Mark Reviews
This month Movie Mark rates Knives Out with a 7/10
"It's enjoyable and fairly gripping until the final reveal. Knives out is a game worth playing."
When wealthy author Harlen Thromby (Christopher Plummer) is found dead by his maid, seemingly by suicide, the morning after his 85th birthday party, the local police and renowned detective, Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) are brought in to investigate the events that took place the night prior.