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By Libby Curran
October 09, 2020
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By Libby Curran
October 09, 2020
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By this stage, you've probably forgotten what the inside of a movie theatre looks like and it's anyone's guess when you'll be reacquainted with one. But hey, at least you can still get your cinema candy bar fix, thanks to the folks at Thornbury Picture House.

Every Saturday, the family-run indie movie theatre is opening its doors for Drive-Thru Cinema. No, not an actual movie screening, but a pop-up shop offering a selection of takeaway eats and drinks to make your couch-based film sessions just that little bit better. On the menu, you'll find all the cinema staples, from serves of freshly popped popcorn, to old-school lolly bags. There are Maltesers — for rolling down the aisle of your living room, of course — and a range of choc tops, including The Toddy Shop's famed vegan iterations, in flavours like burnt toffee and espresso martini. And of course, they've got a few boozy offerings to wash it all down, with bottles of Noisy Ritual wine also up for grabs.

Do remember, for now, you can only swing past if the drive-thru is in your five-kilometre bubble.

Thornbury Picture House by Nicole Cleary

Drive-Thru Cinema at Thornbury Picture House is open from 3–7.30pm every Saturday.

Top image: Tinny Tang

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