Time for a movie night.
Given nightclubs are a no-go right now, this one has come up with a fantastic way to open its doors. Zouk’s has transformed from nightclub to cinema club, and will show the pictures from October 30.
Films will be shown at the Clarke Quay Venue from 6-10.30pm, Wednesdays-Sundays. The main room at the popular club has been transformed and kitted out with the big screen.
Guests are able to purchase Garret popcorn, as well as glass of bubbly champagne plus some house spirits. Each night will feature one screening with two movies.
This first month is taking up the theme of “For The Love Of Music”, with the space decorated to picture the streets of Monmartre, Paris. The first week will show Halloween themed movies, such as The Sixth Sense (1999). Then, the musical films will include Moulin Rouge (2001), Grease (1978) and The Greatest Showman (2017).
Capacity is locked at 50 people over 14 tables each night. Table packages cost $75 for one to two people on Wednesday, with a jug of house pour spirits. For a larger table of 3-5 people, the seats cost $175 with three jugs. These prices increase on Thursdays-Sundays. They rise to $150 for two people with a bottle of champagne, or $350 for 3-5 people with champagne and bottle of premium vodka.
Entry is 18+ only, and guests must check in with the TraceTogether app. Hand sanitiser is provided on site, and staff will disinfect shared areas every half-an-hour.
[Featured Image: Colossal Photos].