ONE of the globe's most popular television series has been hitting the big screen in Leeton - for free.
Residents have been flocking to the Roxy Theatre each week to get their weekly dose of the final season of Game of Thrones.
The theatre has been streaming each new episode every week at no cost to viewers, who have also been able to enjoy delicious snack food to go along with their favourite television show at a small cost.
Roxy Theatre co-ordinator Sam Webber said the concept had been well received.
"The community's response so far has been very promising," he said.
"We saw almost 150 people come along to enjoy episode one.
"Attendances have been down for the last three episodes, but we're still getting around 50 to 60 people each week.
"They seem to enjoy having the opportunity to see it on the big screen, which is great."
The idea to stream the popular television show was floated before Mr Webber took up the position in January, but he was pleased to see the idea had come to fruition.
"I would like to do similar things with live sporting events," he said.
"Some ideas that have been passed around include State of Origin and the Supercars championship.
"Eventually, my goal is to put together a varied and dynamic live theatre season, but this will take some time to develop and I'm looking to hit the ground running on completion of the redevelopment works."
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