The Ipplepen Village Cinema shows films in Ipplepen Village Hall on a big screen with a modern sound system and high definition picture. You can enjoy a drink and something to eat while watching the film. Everyone welcome!


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7.30pm Weds 13 November

“Yesterday”

(2109. Cert: 12A. Running time: 116mins.)

Doors open at 7.00pm
(Admission from 6.45pm for Ipplepen Film Society members)

Tickets on the door: £4.00. (£3.00 for members).
Children (under 15): £2.00

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Yesterday, everyone knew The Beatles. Today, only Jack remembers their songs. He’s about to become a very big deal. From director Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis, comes a rock-n-roll comedy about music, dreams, friendship, and the long and winding road that leads to the love of your life.

Jack Malik is a struggling singer-songwriter in a tiny English seaside town whose dreams  of fame are rapidly fading, despite the fierce devotion and support of his childhood best friend, Ellie Then, after a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed … and he finds himself with a very complicated problem, indeed. Performing songs by the greatest band in history to a
world that has never heard them, and with a little help from his steel-hearted American agent Debra, Jack’s fame explodes. But as his star rises, he risks losing Ellie — the one person who always believed in him. With the door between his old life and his new closing, Jack will need to get back to where he once belonged and prove that all you need is love.


 

Membership of the Ipplepen Film Society

Membership of the Ipplepen Film Society is only £10 for twelve months! You can join at any time during the year. Membership gives you:

  • A £1 discount on the cost of admission to each showing.
  • Free admission to the film shown during the month of your birthday.

If you’d like to join us, just click here for the  membership form.

Contact the Ipplepen Village Cinema by email: pyle$eclipse.co.uk
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Forthcoming Films

7.30pm Weds 13 Nov 2019
Yesterday

7.30pm Weds 4 Dec 2019
Mary Poppins Returns

7.30pm Weds 8 January 2020
Blinded by the Light

7.30pm Weds 12 February 2020
The Wife

7.30pm Weds 11 March 2020
Downton Abbey

Future dates…
7.30pm Weds 8 April 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 13 May 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 10 June 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 8 July 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 19 August 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 9 September 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 14 October 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 11 November 2020
7.30pm Wednesday 8 December 2020


What else is on in Ipplepen…?

Ipplepen Info has news and information about what’s on in Ipplepen.


 

Previous films

2010 films

17 March – Slumdog Millionaire

21 April – The Thirty Nine Steps

19 May – The Shawshank Redemption

4 June – The Hurt Locker

16 June – The Italian Job

21 July – Local Hero

18 August – Blazing Saddles

15 September – The Great Escape

20 October – Freedom Writers

17 November – Up

15 December – Miracle on 34th Street

 2011 films

12 January – Made in Dagenham

9 February – Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

9 March – Gran Torino

13 April – Chocolat

11 May – As Good As It Gets

8 June – Rear Window

13 July – Witness

10 August – Toy Story 3 and Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid

14 September – Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps

26 September – Ipplepen Youth Club’s short film: “The Last Glass of Milk”

12 October – Tale of Two Cities

9 November  – Passport To Pimlico

14 December – White Christmas

2012 films

11 January – The Blues Brothers

8 February – Out of Africa

10 March – Valiant (with Wren Music’s “Roots Exchange” group)

14 March – Jane Eyre

11 April – Gosford Park

9 May – Shirley Valentine

3 June (Diamond Jubilee Celebration) – A Queen is Crowned

13 June – Sherlock Holmes

11 July – Mamma Mia

10 August – The Lion King

12 September – Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

28 September – The Artist

10 October – Chinatown

14 November – Some Like It Hot

30 November – (St Andrew’s Feast and Fair) – Shrek

12 December – Love Actually

 2013 films

9 January – The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

13 February – Shakespeare in Love

2 March – Skyfall

13 March – Billy Elliot

10 April – Sense and Sensibility

8 May – When Harry Met Sally

12 June – Mrs Brown

10 July – The Help

14 August – War Horse (joint showing with Exploring Global Health Opportunities)

11 September – Quartet

9 October – Moulin Rouge

19 October – Les Miserables

13 November – Invictus

11 December  – Meet Me In St. Louis

 2014 films

8 January – Walk The Line

12 February – Life of Pi

12 March – Ides of March

29 March – Captain Phillips

9 April – Song for Marion

9 May – “Welcome to the Sticks” (Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis) – joint with Ipplepen Twinning Association

14 May – Little Miss Sunshine

11 June – Midnight in Paris

9 July – Gravity

13 August – Saving Mr Banks

10 September- Sunshine on Leith

8 October – Rush

12 November – Philomena

10 December – Hugo

 2015 films

14 January – Pride

11 February – The Butler

11 March – Casablanca

8 April – The Grand Budapest Hotel

13 May – The Imitation Game

10 June – What We Did On Our Holiday

8 July – Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

12 August – Paddington

9 September – The Theory of Everything

14 October – Wild

11 November – Far From The Madding Crowd

21 November – The Philadelphia Story

9 December – Elf

 2016 films

13 January –Mr Holmes

10 February – Suffragette

9 March – 45 Years

13 April – The Martian

11 May – The Sapphires

8 June- Chicago

13 July – Lady in the Van

10 August – Jungle Book 2016

17 August – Bridge of Spies

14 September – Brooklyn

12 October – Eye in the Sky

9 November – The Man Who Knew Infinity

14 December – It’s A Wonderful Life

2017 films

11 January – The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years

8 February – Joy

8 March – Hunt for the Wilderpeople

12 April – Woman in Gold

22 April – Amelie

10 May – Captain Fantastic

14 June – Bridget Jones’s Baby

12 July – La La Land

9 August – Beauty and the Beast (with Ipplepen Carnival Society)

16 August – United Kingdom

13 September – Sully: A Miracle on the Hudson

11 October – Jackie

8 Nov – Hidden Figures

13 Dec – Gremlins

2018 films

10 January – Lion

14 February – Their Finest

14 March – Victoria and Abdul

24 March – Thunderbolt & Lightfoot and Hell or High Water

11 April – Going in Style

9 May – Breathe

9 June – Blade Runner 2049

13 June – Darkest Hour

11 July – Finding Your Feet

8 August – The Greatest Showman (with Ipplepen Carnival Society)

15 August – The Post

12 September – Goodbye Christopher Robin

15 September – Early Man

10 October – The Leisure Seeker

14 November – Paddington 2

5 December – Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (fundraising for CRISIS)

2019 films

9 January – Silver Linings Playbook

30 January – Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (fundraising for HITS)

13 February – Crazy Rich Asians

13 March – Kodachrome

8 April – Isle of Dogs

8 May – The Full Monty

12 June – A Star is Born

10 July – Green Book

14 August – The Greatest Showman

9 September – Fisherman’s Friends

9 Oct – Bohemian Rhapsody

19 Oct – Lawrence of Arabia

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