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Magnums and Movies 2022

Restaurant Hubert is dedicating nine decadent evenings to cinema and super-sized vino, all over dinner.
By Sarah Ward
February 04, 2022
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By Sarah Ward
February 04, 2022
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If catching a flick in style is your thing, get ready to plan a night out at Restaurant Hubert. The subterranean CBD restaurant and theatre is bringing back its hit Magnum & Movies series for 2022, entertaining Sydneysiders with film, food and plenty of wine (in magnums, of course).

It'll all take place on various nights from February 14–June 6 in Hubert's Theatre Royale, to really ramp up the film-meets-dinner vibe. Each evening will feature plenty of popcorn, a set menu dinner and magnums of wine, which will be passed around throughout the night.

While past events have had an Italian theme, this year's group of films is a little more varied. Kicking the series off is a screening of the very French Amelie on February 14, followed by the very Australian Priscilla, Queen of the Desert on February 28. From there the program will bounce around with a bit of everything from psychological dramas to side-splitting comedies with the likes of Pulp Fiction, Sideways, Lost in Translation, What We Do In The Shadows, Alphaville, Marie Antoinette and Being John Malkovich filling out the next four months of the program.

Tickets don't come cheap at $169 per head — but that price includes everything (food, wine, film and popcorn). And, it's the kind of decadent weeknight affair you don't get to enjoy every day.

Images: Daniel Boud.

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