Grab a rug and a picnic and get set for a fun film night in the Botanic Gardens when the Orange Cinema Under the Stars event returns to the city on Saturday night.
The free family event this year features the screening of Aladdin (2019) featuring Will Smith, Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott.
The movie is the live-action adaption of the animated Aladdin film from 1992.
Entertainment starts from 5.30pm with live music from Gabrielle Flanagan and Luke Ligtenberg.
There will also be a circus workshop, roving characters and football activities.
The film will screen when the sun goes down.
Our seventh event in Orange is expected to attract 3000 people.Shaun McNiven, Orange branch manager, Newcastle Permanent
Newcastle Permanent's Orange branch manager Shaun McNiven, said it was part of a large regional outdoor cinema program.
This year the event is travelling to 14 regional locations.
"Since 2008 Newcastle Permanent's Cinema Under the Stars has brought people together at free outdoor cinema event in regional NSW," he said.
"Our seventh event in Orange is expected to attract 3000 people.
"We understand how much people in regional communities across NSW look forward to our Cinema Under the Stars events.
"As a customer-owned organisation it's a real pleasure to give these events to the communities that support us."
Mr McNiven said while people were encouraged to bring their own picnic supplies there would be food and non-alcoholic drinks on sale at the event.
The movie is rated PG.
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