Tea Time Talkies

Ladies and gentlemen, may we introduce you to the perfect Sunday afternoon!

Gather a group of friends and join us for our Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy!

Once a month we screen a classic film consisting of a 30-minute intermission where a delicious Devonshire Tea awaits (a cup of tea and traditional homemade scone with cream and jam). 

Carefully designed to make your movie experience all that extra bit special, Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy will take you on a journey where film and food perfectly collide! A truly collaborative event between The Roxy and Coco At The Roxy - ideal for those chill-out, indulgent Sunday afternoons!

So gather a group of friends and join us for our Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy!

All tickets are $24.

Strictly no dietaries catered for.

Bookings essential.

Check out our previous Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy sessions below!

UPCOMING TEA TIME TALKIES

On Sunday 15th March, gather your chums and join us for Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy! In celebration of its 60th Anniversary, we're bringing you a classic screening of La Dolce Vita (1960) including a 30 min film intermission where a delicious Devonshire Tea* awaits (a delicious cup of tea and traditional homemade scone with cream and jam) - an ideal setting for those chill-out, indulgent Sunday afternoons!


Haven't seen La Dolce Vita? In Federico Fellini's lauded Italian film, restless reporter Marcello Rubini drifts through life in Rome. While Marcello contends with the overdose taken by his girlfriend, Emma, he also pursues heiress Maddalena and movie star Sylvia, embracing a carefree approach to living. Despite his hedonistic attitude, Marcello does have moments of quiet reflection, resulting in an intriguing cinematic character study.

1:00pm film begins
2:30pm intermission Devonshire tea
4:30pm: film resumes

All tickets are $24

*No dietaries catered for


On Sunday 5th April, gather your chums and join us for Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy! We're bringing you a classic screening of 8½ (1963) including a 30 min film intermission where a delicious Devonshire Tea* awaits (a delicious cup of tea and traditional homemade scone with cream and jam) - an ideal setting for those chill-out, indulgent Sunday afternoons!


Haven't seen 8½? Troubled Italian filmmaker Guido Anselmi (Marcello Mastroianni) struggles with creative stasis as he attempts to get a new movie off the ground. Overwhelmed by his work and personal life, the director retreats into his thoughts, which often focus on his loves, both past and present, and frequently wander into fantastical territory. As he tries to sort out his many entanglements, romantic and otherwise, Anselmi finds his production becoming more and more autobiographical.

1:00pm film begins
2:10pm intermission Devonshire tea
2:40pm film resumes

All tickets are $24

*No dietaries catered for


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