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One of Monaco’s favourite summer attractions, the open-air cinema, will open on Friday, June 16, at the Terrasse du Parking des Pecheurs.
To kick-off the season of Europe’s largest outdoor movie theatre, which has 500 seats – there will be a screening of Tom Cruise’s The Mummy on Friday. Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Men Tell No Tales, will be screened on Saturday at the same time and Unlocked follows on Sunday evening. The Mummy returns (which sounds like a sequel) on Monday.
All films are shown in their original version with French subtitles on the 200sqm screen .
In June and July, the full programme starts at 9:30 pm, with the main feature usually beginning at 10 pm. In August and September, as the evenings start to draw in, these times are pushed back 30 minutes, and the film will start at 9:30 pm.
Tickets for the 500-seat cinema – adults €12, children and seniors €9 – can be purchased on site at avenue de la Quarantaine, but there is no advanced reservation. Snacks will be for sale at the CinéBar.
For more information, contact +377 93 25 36 81 or visit the website.
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