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By Emma Joyce
July 13, 2020
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By Emma Joyce
July 13, 2020
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When you want to multiply your thrills on the Central Coast, there's a former cinema complex that ticks all the boxes for a nostalgic night on the town. It has a weekly rotation of cult classics on the big screen, vodka shots and Napoli-style margherita pizzas coming thick and fast from the kitchen, and a reliably fun roster of DJs spinning throwback floorfillers every Saturday night.

The 1950s Long Jetty movie theatre operated for 20 years before closing for four decades — and its revival as a hub for good-old-fashioned good times has been welcomed by locals and visitors alike. Plan your trip for a Thursday or Sunday night to catch one of more chilled film screenings — think Pulp Fiction and School of Rock — or head in on a busier night for jugs of Beetle Juice and platters of 'retro dips' brought to your theatre-style seat. Movie tickets start from $12.64 and are available via Eventbrite. 

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