Tea Time Talkies

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

All tickets are $24.

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

*Strictly no dietaries catered for. Bookings essential. 

Tea Time Talkies - Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) | 60th Anniversary Valentine's Special

Sunday 14th February at 1:30pm 

Gather your chums and join us for Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy this Valentine’s Day! In celebration of its 60th Anniversary, we’re bringing you a relaxed and romantic indulgent Sunday afternoon with Breakfast at Tiffany’s and a delicious Devonshire Tea.

On October 5, 1961, the Audrey Hepburn classic, Breakfast at Tiffany's, premiered in New York. The film went on to earn 5 Oscar nominations at the 34th Academy Awards, winning two honors for its music.

Based on Truman Capote's novel, this is the story of a young woman in New York City who meets a young man when he moves into her apartment building. He is with an older woman who is very wealthy, but he wants to be a writer. She is working as an expensive escort and searching for a rich, older man to marry.

The film screening will consist of a 30-minute intermission where a delicious Devonshire Tea awaits (a cup of tea and traditional homemade scone with cream and jam).

All tickets are $24.

*Strictly no dietaries catered for.

Bookings essential.


Tea Time Talkies - The Quiet Man (1952) 

Sunday 14th March at 1:30pm 

Gather your chums and join us for Tea Time Talkies at The Roxy! We’re bringing you a relaxed and indulgent Sunday afternoon with The Quiet Man (1952) and a delicious Devonshire Tea.

The Quiet Man, American romantic comedy film, released in 1952, that paid homage to director John Ford’s ancestral Ireland; the film was noted for its lush photography and memorable fight scene between its leading male characters.

After accidentally killing an opponent in the ring, boxer Sean Thornton (John Wayne) leaves America and returns to his native Ireland, hoping buy his family's homestead and live in peace. In doing so, he runs afoul of Will Danaher (Victor McLaglen), who long coveted the property. Spitefully, Will objects when his fiery sister, Mary Kate (Maureen O'Hara), begins a romance with Sean, and refuses to hand over her dowry. Mary Kate refuses to consummate the marriage until Sean retrieves the money.

The film screening will consist of a 30-minute intermission where a delicious Devonshire Tea awaits (a cup of tea and traditional homemade scone with cream and jam).

All tickets are $24.

*Strictly no dietaries catered for.

Bookings essential.