Unwind in The Joan’s Borland Lounge after the working week with a drink under the fairy lights and join us for Open Fridays’ film screening – World Cinema: Baraka.
Featuring no conventional narrative, this film presents footage of people, places and things from around the world. From chaotic cities to barren wilderness, the movie takes viewers around the globe to witness a variety of spectacles in both natural and technological realms. Detouring into former concentration camps, the production doesn’t shy away from the dark side of humanity, and ultimately shows how much of the world is interconnected by both the tragedy and the vibrancy of life.
Admission to the film screening is free and tickets are not required. You’re welcome to just walk right in, sit back and enjoy the film screening. And don’t miss out on some fine tapas while you’re at it.
Tapas Menu $6 a plate (indicative – may change due to availability of produce):
- Spanish Olives
- Cream Cheese Stuffed Peppers
- Corn Chips with Avocado dip and Pico de Gallo
- Apricot and Almond cream cheese served with Water Crackers
- Saucy Chorizo Bites
- Truffle Polenta Chips served with Salsa rosada
Doors open from 5pm, and while finishing times may vary, the timing will be perfect if you’re seeing a show, going out locally for dinner, or just popping in for a post-work drink before the weekend. Generally it’ll be last drinks by 7.30pm.
Supported by the NSW Government as part of the Culture Up Late: Western Sydney program
Open Fridays is proudly funded by the NSW Government, through the Create NSW Culture Up Late – Western Sydney program.