Presenting cinema from a wide range of genres
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Hand sanitising stations will be located around the building. Temperature scanners will be in place upon entry.
Sneeze Guards are located at the Box Office window and Kiosk.
Cleaning is undertaken before, during and after a screening. The Centre will be closed between sessions.
The auditorium is reduced to 75% capacity in line with the DHHS requirements.
Fitted masks are compulsory upon entry and must be refitted after consumption of food and drink.
Seating is unreserved, however staff will assist in maintaining appropriate social distancing.
All ticket sales have moved online to TryBooking.com to collect contact information. The Box Office is open for ticket sales.
Please observe signage and follow directions of staff.
We prefer card payments for contactless transactions.
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BASS COAST FINE FILM GROUP
Bass Coast Fine Film Group returns to Wonthaggi Union Community Arts Centre with How to be a Good Wife.
This latest offering from French director Martin Provost is set in the Alsace region in 1967 and follows the experience of Paulette following the sudden death of her husband.
Discovering that their housekeeping school is on the brink of bankruptcy, Paulette must take responsibility for running the school.
How to be a Good Wife [M] has been screening as part of the Alliance Française French Film Festival, and we are proud to bring it to Wonthaggi. Coming Soon...