Enjoy a movie by twilight at the Summer Cinema series

Thursday, 2 February 2023

Savour the last of the warm summer nights at Penrith City Council’s free, outdoor Summer Cinema series this February.

Each family-friendly movie night will take place from 6pm-9pm, kicking off on Saturday 11 February at Triangle Park, Penrith, followed by Coachmans Park, St Marys on Saturday 18 February and concluding at Wainwright Park, Kingswood on Saturday 25 February. To complete the movie-going experience, there is free popcorn and ice cream on offer for the first 250 people at each event.

Kingswood’s Summer Cinema event on 25 February will feature extended programming before the movie with the Your High Street launch of the completed works to Bringelly Road. Enjoy live music, free face painting and free fresh juice for the first 200 people from 4pm as we celebrate the enhancements to Bringelly Road which were funded by the NSW Government, Department of Planning and Environment’s Your High Street program.

Penrith Mayor Tricia Hitchen said she is excited to see a new community event series that takes place across three major centres of the Penrith LGA.

“The Summer Cinema series is an opportunity to come together with friends, family and neighbours at Penrith, St Marys and Kingswood as we enjoy a free and fun night out,” Cr Hitchen said.

“The success of Penrith City Council’s outdoor cinema events last year at St Marys and Penrith has highlighted the community’s appetite for local, family-friendly events.”

Penrith City Council’s Summer Cinema series begins 11 February at Triangle Park, Penrith with Night at the Museum (2006), followed by Coachmans Park, St Marys on 18 February with Shrek (2001), and concluding at Wainwright Park, Kingswood with the launch of Your High Street at Bringelly Road from 4pm and the movie Kung Fu Panda (2008) beginning at 6pm.

Find out more at penrith.city/events

Information contained within this news release was correct as at Thursday, 2 February 2023.