Prison Cinema is located in the courtyard of the historic Fremantle Prison. The prison is located at 1 The Terrace, Fremantle. We strongly recommend taking puiblic transport. The Prison is just a 15 minute walk from Fremantle train station. There is a drop off area for taxi and ride share. Enter through the main gate.
There will be a great selection of "movie" food - snacks like pop corn, nachos, hot chips and hot dogs; ice creams, a candy bar and coffee. Soft drinks will be available. A fully licenced bar will operate for beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks and water.
You may BYO a small hamper of your own food and snacks. Please dont bring large eskies. You may BYO water or soft drinks in platic bottles only. Please note we are CASHLESS. Please make sure to bring along your credit card, debit card to purchase food and beverage on site. Strictly NO BYO alcohol. Alcoholic drinks will be available from the bar.
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETHOLDERS - Bring your own picnic blanket, low back or high back chair (high back chairs may be positioned towards the rear) PREMIUM TICKET HOLDERS: You have a dedicated area in premium positioning. A Low back chair will be provided so you dont need to bring a chair or picnic blanket.
Gates open: 6.30PM / Live music entertainment: 6.45PM - 7.30PM / Movie Screening : 7.45PM / If you also have a Prison Tour ticket, please arrive around 15 minutes before your allocated Tour time
"For an extra $19.90, you can book a Prison Tour prior to the movie screening. Prior to the movie, step inside and join the experienced guides and explore Fremantle Prison from its convict origins in the 1850s until its closure as a maximum-security gaol in 1991. Take a visual journey back in time in the Main Cell Block where you can view life as it was for both convicts and prisoners. Discover how time was passed in the yards, while marvelling at original prisoner works of art. With a whipping post, gallows and solitary cells, Fremantle Prison is a monument to a system of punishment that is uncomfortably recent.
Then get ready for the awesome movie, under the stars in the Main Parade Ground of the Fremantle Prison. Tours will be conducted in small groups and will begin from around 6.00pm. Ticket holders should arrive around 15-20 minutes prior to the start of the tour. Tours start at either 6.00pm or 6.30pm. You can add on a Prison Tour on the Ticketmaster ticketing page when you buy your Prison Cinema ticket."
General Admission: $29.90 - Bring your own picnic blanket, low back or high back chair (high back chairs may be positioned towards the rear) / Premium: $39.90 - Dedicated Area in premium positioning. Low back chair provided. Complimentary pop corn! / Prison Tour add-on: $19.90
Smoking is not permitted anywhere within the Fremantle Prison.
Sorry - no! Prison Cinema is strictly 18+, a good fun adults night out!
As an outdoor event Prison Cinema is subject to weather. We try to go ahead with screenings wherever possible, and do not cancel for light/intermittent/potential rain. We strongly recommend you bring wet weather gear to screenings in case of rain. Screenings will be cancelled only if the weather poses a safety threat to patrons and staff. Screenings are cancelled based on the conditions on site. We try to cancel as early as possible, however as weather conditions are unpredictable we may have to cancel close to or during the screening. Patrons accept the risk that weather they consider unsatisfactory may occur on a screening night and acknowledge that tickets will not be re-validated unless a screening is cancelled by Prison Cinema. In the rare event that a session is cancelled, ticket holders will receive an SMS and an EMAIL, we will update the movie listing on our web site and we will post a notification on Facebook. You will then be able to use your tickets to re-book for another session.
All bookings are final, and we do not refund or exchange tickets. Refunds and exchanges will not be made for change of mind or inability to attend. We ask that you please check the session details carefully on each page of the booking process before you book. If you are unable to use your tickets, you are more than welcome to have a friend or family member use them in your place.
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Disabled toilets will be on site. There will be a Wheelchair viewing area: Staff will direct you to a suitable position when you arrive. There are some paved pathways from the car park to the entrance and in some areas within the cinema area. Note that there are some grassed and uneven surfaces. There are two ACROD parking bays located in City of Fremantle car park #29 (The Terrace) and three located in City of Fremantle car park #1 (Parry St). Unfortunately we don’t have an audio induction loop system. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Please make sure you bring: - Your tickets - Warm weather gear as it does get cold at night even in Summert! - We are CASHLESS. Please make sure to bring along your credit card or debit card - You may bring a small picnic hamper of your own food and only sealed plastic drink bottles - Insect repellent - BYO folding chair or picnic if you are in General Admission area but remember if you have a high back chair you be positioned toward the rear (no need to bring a chair if you are in Premium area - we will provide you with low back folding chair) - Footwear must be worn at all times.
Alcohol - Glass - Metal Cutlery - Large eskies (cooler bags are ok) - Selfie sticks - Umbrellas - Glass, aluminium or steel/metal containers - Cameras (no professional standard or video cameras) - Any other objects considered by the Promoter and the Venue to be dangerous or capable of causing a public nuisance that could be used to distract, obstruct or interfere with the event.
Prison Cinema staff will be compliant to the latest COVID-19 Safety Measures required by the WA Government. Staff have all undertaken the mandatory COVID-19 Safety training and there is a COVID-19 Safety plan in place at the venue. Hand sanitiser will be available upon entry. Email addresses are collected during the ticket purchase process. In the event of an outbreak, ticket holders will be contacted. All relevant surfaces through the building will be regularly cleaned and sanitised.
Prison Cinema is outdoors, under the stars in the courtyard of the Fremantle Prison.
A paid car park catering for over 60 vehicles is located directly outside Fremantle Prison, The Terrace via Fothergill Street. Another large paid car park is located at the bottom of Fairbairn Ramp, accessible via Parry Street. There are two ACROD parking bays located in City of Fremantle car park #29 (The Terrace) and three located in City of Fremantle car park #1 (Parry St). Both car parks are managed by the City of Fremantle and parking fees apply.