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Win an Electric Night Out with Palace Electric

By 12 February 2013 41

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Palace Electric Cinema is giving RiotACT readers the exclusive chance to win one of three VIP Electric Night Out experiences!

Be one of the first to experience the Electric difference at Palace Electric with two x VIP passes to any session of your choice, followed by dinner for two at Mezzalira to the value of $200 and a night of stylish accommodation at Quest Apartments.

Palace Electric is Australia’s first purpose-built fully digital cinema presenting simply the best selection of international cinema; arthouse, documentary, independent and quality new release films. Palace Electric is located in Canberra’s luxe NewActon Nishi Precinct, which features leading edge contemporary architectural style and the world’s best sustainability practices.

The VIP winners of the Electric Night Out will enjoy a sophisticated complimentary drink at the stunning Prosecco Bar, or perhaps a fresh Lavazza coffee for those coffee aficionados.

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Of course, there’s no need to rush that premium Prosecco or Peroni… drinks and antipasto or cheese platters can be taken into the fully licensed auditoria, to savour and enjoy. High-backed seats with extra legroom make for a truly luxurious cinematic experience like no other in Canberra.

There are the usual favourites on offer at Palace Electric, but with an elegant twist, including award-winning olive-oil popcorn and gourmet handmade choc-tops, which our VIP winners will receive upon arrival.

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Most excitingly, Palace Electric will bring to Canberra a rich and diverse calendar of foreign film festivals and special screenings throughout 2013 starting with the best of the Lavazza Italian Film Festival in February and the Alliance Française French Film Festival commencing 7 March, 2013.

Opera and ballet enthusiasts can also experience the magnificence of their favourite operas and ballets like never before, with performances by the Royal Opera, the Royal Ballet, Glyndebourne and Opera on Ice as part of Palace Opera and Ballet’s spectacular 2013 season.

Palace Electric also caters for group bookings so you can entertain and be entertained at your next corporate function, fundraising or social event. For more information, please visit www.palacecinemas.com.au or email palace.electric@palacecinemas.com.au

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Palace Electric Cinema is located at 2 Phillip Law Street, bounded by Edinburgh Avenue and Parkes Way, facing Lake Burley Griffin with parking available underground at Nishi. NewActon is a short walk to the city centre including Mezzalira and Quest Apartments, with spectacular views across the lake to Parliament House and Australia’s national icons.

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Quest Canberra is perfectly located for the business or leisure Traveller as they are situated right in the heart of the Nation’s capital. Come and enjoy all that Canberra has to offer, a fantastic way to make this year Centenary a celebration for you. The Quest apartments are located on the first floor of the heritage listed Melbourne Building. With some of Canberra’s finest award winning restaurants, including Mezzalira, located within the building and a short stroll from your room. Contact Quest at www.questcanberra.com.au for further information.

In order to be in the running to win this VIP Electric Night Out experience, in 25 words or less simply tell us in the comments what film you’re most looking forward to seeing at Palace Electric Cinema this year. Competition closes Friday 25 Feb with winners announced in time for the Centenary celebrations, Friday 8th March

[update : please note the date above should be COB friday 1 march.]

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41 Responses to
Win an Electric Night Out with Palace Electric
p996911turbo 8:19 pm
12 Feb 13
#1

I’m looking forward to Amour. Despite the trailer and synopsis, my hope is that it is a remake of Funny Games but with elderly characters.

poisonivy 9:05 pm
12 Feb 13
#2

I’m excited about Cloud Atlas, despite Jim Sturgess doing a Mickey Rooney in Breakfast At Tiffany’s

MeganSmith 10:56 pm
12 Feb 13
#3

Looking forward to the drama, pathos and beauty of Anna Karenina.

DavisLewid 11:21 pm
12 Feb 13
#4

Sleepwalk With Me so I can see writer and This American Life contributor Mike Birbiglia instead of just hearing him.

DavisLewid 11:25 pm
12 Feb 13
#5

Sleepwalk With Me so I can see instead of just hearing writer and This American Life radio show contributor Mike Birbiglia.

caf 11:48 pm
12 Feb 13
#6

I’m anticipating seeing Mood Indigo this year, hoping for a return to form for Michel Gondry.

thebadtouch 8:05 am
13 Feb 13
#7

Django Unchained – how can you go wrong with a Tarantino movie!

enrique 8:25 am
13 Feb 13
#8

‘Ender’s Game’ is the one for me. I love seeing a good book that I really enjoyed brought to life, it gets the imagination going!

rosscoact 9:04 am
13 Feb 13
#9

The Intouchables is one I’ve put to one side. I’ve seen the flashier flicks, now it’s time for some soul.

JimiBostock 9:56 am
13 Feb 13
#10

Lincoln. What he achieved with abolishing slavery was one of the most heroic acts in history. It was resisted by every nation on earth.

Stevensonexperience 10:02 am
13 Feb 13
#11

The Room, nothing beats a raucous and rowdy late night audience watching the worst movie ever made in the best cinema in Canberra.

johnboy 10:03 am
13 Feb 13
#12

MsCheeky 10:46 am
13 Feb 13
#13

Saw Django Unchained there – masterpiece.
Palace is warm – hooray!
Seats – fantastic.
The bar is beautiful.
Even the loos are lovely.
I’m seeing Flight there next.

Sultana 1:05 pm
13 Feb 13
#14

Jack the Giant Slayer – with our grown-up responsibilities; mortgage, jobs, bills, it’ll be nice to escape back into childhood fairytales for a few hours

dreamlikecheese 6:54 pm
13 Feb 13
#15

Cloud Atlas because I love the book and I’m curious to see something I considered unfilmable be brought to life.

Martlark 7:34 pm
13 Feb 13
#16

Lincoln. Love to see it in a quality location, a movie night has to be special!

jules_from_latham 9:22 pm
13 Feb 13
#17

With a 4 yr old and a 4 month old, I am sadly out of touch with impending movies. Doesn’t mean I wouldn’t love to win though!

poetix 11:15 pm
13 Feb 13
#18

jules_from_latham said :

With a 4 yr old and a 4 month old, I am sadly out of touch with impending movies. Doesn’t mean I wouldn’t love to win though!

They would love to go to Django Unchained! Lots of bright colours and movement.

(This is not my proper entry. I am waiting until later.)

cbiscuit 9:22 am
14 Feb 13
#19

After the phenomenal ‘District 9′, I’ll be lining up to see Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Elysium’. Bald Bourne … in space!

cbiscuit 9:26 am
14 Feb 13
#20

I’m glad to see another cinema spring up. Given the name, does it have anything to do with the former and sadly-missed Electric Shadows?

johnboy 9:27 am
14 Feb 13
#21

it’s a reference, not a relationship

PrincessS 12:51 pm
15 Feb 13
#22

I’m a “thinker”, my fiancé’s a “do-er” – can’t wait to see if I Give It A Year ends with flowers or tears like a shower.

rockcats4 2:02 pm
22 Feb 13
#23

Love
Love
Love
Love
Love
Love Love Love
Love Love Love to see Amour. <3

rosscoact 2:08 pm
22 Feb 13
#24

Friday 25th?

NoAddedMSG 2:18 pm
22 Feb 13
#25

Two words: Benedict Cumberbatch.

Actually, a few more words: J.J Abrams.

Our household will be journeying off to Star Trek: Into Darkness, potentially the only movie we will see in the cinema this year, because this is a household which loves the work of both Benedict Cumberbatch and J.J Abrams. Also, the last Star Trek movie was pretty good.

poetix 2:24 pm
22 Feb 13
#26

There’s one called ‘Asterix and Obelix
in Britain’, and of all the flix,
humour most appeals to poetix.
(She’d also like popcorn with her tix.)

blindcommissioner 2:52 pm
22 Feb 13
#27

I’m looking forward to seeing is Searching For Sugar Man. The story fascinates me seeing it in a world class cinema would be superb.

ysambart 3:22 pm
22 Feb 13
#28

Wherever you go, you face a premium price. It is lovely to have a premium experience.

rosscoact 4:56 pm
22 Feb 13
#29

Went there the other night. No phone coverage. I love you Palace.

yellowredme 7:09 pm
22 Feb 13
#30

Can’t wait to get lost in the oppulence and drama of Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Great Gatsby’!

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