I thought we would try and do something on top of our regular book club. What could be better suited then a book turned into a movie? How about a movie which is also a girls night out? Chicks at the Flicks is an event The Embassy holds once a month that costs about $6 more than a normal 3D ticket, but gets you a glass of bubbles (or OJ if you don't drink), a fancy desert and a very full goody bag (includes things like 3 magazines, snack food, $20 max voucher)! On top of this they also do a raffle (entry is included as part of your movie ticket), which last month included 4 different prizes ranging from a case of bubbles, rodney wayne gift pack and gift vouchers from a range of companies.
So RSVP and purchase your tickets individually. I am sure tickets will sell fast and I have already brought mine so at least one person is going. There is no set setting for CatF but if we get more than 4 people I will arrange with The Embassy to reserve us a block of seats so that if you are running late you simply need to ask where the Girly Book Club is sitting.
TIME CONFIRMED: 6:00PM MOVIE START
Embassy Theatre - Tickets are $26
Film synopsis and book your tickets online here:
At the moment the chicks at the flicks is Identity Thief but if you scroll down to the bottom left of the page you will see a link to next months movie.
To buy a ticket online you need to select the "Show times and book" button on the right, choose "The Embassy" from the list of cinemas. Select "Continue Booking" to close the select cinema window. Then you need to click the "Show times and book" button again to choose the screening on the 5th June. They have changed the naming of their tickets, but just purchase the $25 (plus a $1 booking fee applies for purchasing online) one. The CATF Member thing means nothing, just choose the cheapest ticket. If you have been to a 3D movie and still have your glasses then you can save yourself $1 and not purchase them again!
... or call in at Embassy and buy a ticket (you're classed as a member if you've signed up on-line).