Upton’s nearest cinema is the Didcot Cineworld.

For information on what’s showing and to book tickets, call 0871 220 8000 or go to the Didcot Cineworld web page.

What’s On

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Highly anticipated climax to the world-changing events that kicked off with last year’s Infinity War.

    24 Apr: Wed 11.35pm & 11.35pm; Thu 10.20am, 11am, 12.20pm, 2.20pm, 3pm, 4.20pm, 6.20pm, 7pm, 7.20pm & 8.20pm

    25 Apr: (3D) Thu 11.40am, 3.40pm & 7.40pm

    28 Apr–29 Apr: (Subtitled) Mon 6.20pm; Sun 2.20pm

  • Avengers Double Bill: Infinity War & Endgame

    Be one of the first to watch the highly anticipated Avengers conclusion, alongside a screening of Infinity War.

    24 Apr: Wed 8.30pm

  • Captain Marvel

    Danvers (Larson) is a fighter with the Kree Starforce who finds herself on Earth, and encountering Agent Nick Fury (Jackson). The storyline doesn’t give Larson a lot of time to establish a persona, but her charm, style and ass-kicking make her Marvel’s coolest customer and whatever it lacks in heart, it makes up for with sheer likeability.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon–Wed, Sat & Sun 4.45pm

  • Dumbo

    In this remake of the 1941 film, one-armed circus worker Holt (Farrell) is struggling to reconnect with his bereft children while a certain large-eared pachyderm is figuring out the ropes. It looks lovely, but there’s a lot of extra plot shovelled in and it’s arguably overloaded, compared to the sincerity and simplicity of the original.

    21 Apr–24 Apr: Mon 10am, 12.45pm, 3.15pm & 6pm; Tue 3.20pm & 6pm; Wed 2.45pm & 5.45pm; Sun 10am, 12.45pm, 3.15pm & 6pm

  • Fisherman's Friends

    Danny (Mays) is a music industry talent handler who arrives in Cornwall on a stag night, and discovers the titular (real-life) folk singers and signs them. Mays is a watchable lead and generates rom-com chemistry with Middleton, the daughter of the group’s grouchy Jim (Purefoy). An undemanding yarn with nevertheless the power to do some cockle-warming.

    21 Apr–24 Apr: Mon–Wed & Sun 2pm

  • Greta

    Frances (Moretz) is a young waitress trying to make her way in New York, whose life changes when she returns a found handbag to its owner, Greta (Huppert). A stalker thriller with full commitment from the leads, but littered with plot holes; a nightmarish fantasy which falls apart if you think about it.

    20 Apr–25 Apr: Mon 8.45pm; Tue & Wed 6.30pm & 8.45pm; Thu 4.45pm; Sat & Sun 6.30pm & 8.45pm

    22 Apr: (Subtitled) Mon 6.30pm

  • Hellboy

    The Descent director Neil Marshall resurrects the comic book anti-hero, now played by Stranger Things‘ David Harbour.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon & Tue 8.30pm; Wed & Sat 5.15pm; Sun 8.30pm

  • Missing Link

    A charming animated cryptozoological adventure.

    21 Apr–22 Apr: Mon & Sun 10.15am & 12.30pm

  • Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun

    Ten new episodes of Peppa Pig including a two-part festival special.

    20 Apr–22 Apr: Mon, Sat & Sun 10.30am & 12.15pm

  • Red Joan

    Joan (Cookson when young, Dench later on) arrives at Cambridge in 1938 and is beguiled by radical politics into becoming a Soviet spy. Nunn’s first movie in over 20 years is a plodding, pedestrian affair, and while Dench captures her befuddlement and steely resolve, it fails to find the drama in a story inspired by intriguing real life events.

    21 Apr–25 Apr: Mon–Wed 3pm, 5.30pm & 8pm; Thu 11.30am & 2.10pm; Sun 5.30pm & 8pm

  • Shazam!

    Billy Batson (Angel) is a teenager raised by a foster family, who’s given magic powers by The Wizard (Hounsou): if he shouts ‘SHAZAM!’ he becomes the titular cape-wearing adult (Levi). A superhero movie bursting with humour and heart, with a mischievous performance from Levi, inspired jokes, emotion and surprising cameos.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon 11am, 2.20pm, 5.15pm & 8.15pm; Tue 2.20pm, 5.15pm & 8.15pm; Wed 2.15pm & 8.15pm; Sat 11am, 2.20pm & 7.30pm; Sun 11am, 2.20pm, 5.15pm & 8.15pm

  • Wheely

    A cab car attempts to save his dream-girl (car?) from the leader of a luxury car-napping syndicate.

    20 Apr–22 Apr: (Kids) Mon, Sat & Sun 10am

  • Wild Rose

    Rose-Lynn (Buckley) is a Glaswegian woman who, on leaving prison, resumes her quest for fame as a country music singer. A warm-hearted and inspiring tale, not without clichés in the Cinderella tradition, and Buckley is a genuine star in the ascendant.

    21 Apr–24 Apr: Mon–Wed & Sun 7.30pm

  • Wonder Park

    June (Mali and Denski) is faced with being shipped off to math camp while her mother (Garner) seeks medical assistance; then she finds herself in a parallel universe where she has to save a theme park. An animated film with big ideas and some notable omissions, ultimately a slight but rewardingly bittersweet experience.

    20 Apr–24 Apr: Mon noon, 2.10pm & 4.15pm; Tue 2.10pm & 4.15pm; Wed 2.15pm & 4.15pm; Sat noon, 2.10pm & 4.15pm; Sun noon, 2.10pm & 4.20pm