Dinosaurs under the stars in Lismore

A supplied image obtained Monday Sept. 28, 2015 of Pixar Studios' next movie The Good Dinosaur, set for release on Boxing Day 2015. (AAP Image/Disney) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
A supplied image obtained Monday Sept. 28, 2015 of Pixar Studios' next movie The Good Dinosaur, set for release on Boxing Day 2015. (AAP Image/Disney) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY Pixar

Newcastle Permanent's Cinema Under the Stars is returning to light up the night in Lismore for its ninth time.

The free, family friendly event will be held at Hepburn Park, Goonellabah on Saturday, November 5 and will feature the blockbuster movie, The Good Dinosaur, rated PG.

Entertainment will get underway from 5.30pm with kids activities and great live music from acts Stu Larsen and, Luke and Sebastian.

CEO Terry Millett said, "We understand how much regional communities across NSW look forward to our Cinema Under the Stars events.

"As a customer-owned organisation it is just one of the many ways we're giving back to communities that support us,” Mr Millett said.

Fantastic live music starts the evening off alongside Circus in Education where children can unlock their hidden circus talents with circus workshops.

The Good Dinosaur will commence when the sun goes down. Have your cameras ready to get a photo with one of the characters from The Good Dinosaur who will make an appearance at the event.

Event Information

Date: Saturday, 5 November 2016.

Movie: The Good Dinosaur (PG)

When: Entertainment begins at 5.30pm, movie screens at sunset

Location: Hepburn Park, Goonellabah

Cost: FREE

Feature musical acts: Stu Larsen, and Luke and Sebastian.

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