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Now that’s a seriously big screen. Palace Cinemas Byron Bay.

Video game enthusiasts now have a chance to play on a REALLY big screen with a new offer from Palace Cinemas Byron Bay.

Whatever your favourite game is, Palace Byron Manager Eli Ayo says there’s nothing more epic than playing on the big screen in a private cinema. ‘All you need to do is provide the games and console – we’ll handle the rest!’

Prices for big screen gaming start from just $300 for up to 20 guests, with snacks and drinks provided too.

Details here or email [email protected]

In the mood for Totoro?

In other exciting Palace Byron news, the cinema will soon be celebrating the legendary Studio Ghibli’s 35th anniversary, with a program of films charting the development of the iconic Japanese animation studio, including favourites like My Neighbour Totoro, Spirited Away, and many more.

Each film is presented with the original Japanese language track and English subtitles.

Palace Cinemas describe the program as ‘an unprecedented journey into the imaginative, emotional and idiosyncratic world of Studio Ghibli.’

For the full line up, head here.

Father’s Day

On September 6 there will be a special preview screening of the new Australian dramedy RAMS, starring Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) and Michael Caton (The Castle).

Every ticket will include a glass of wine, small popcorn and a Connoisseur ice-cream served upon entry.

This will be the first chance to see the film before its general release on October 15.

Details at Palace Cinemas Byron Bay.

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