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

  • Abominable

    A cute, blue-eyed Yeti is found hiding on the roof of a Shanghai apartment building, and teenager Yi (voiced by Bennett) and her friends Jin (Trainor) and Peng (Tsai) decide to help him get back to the Himalayas. Enjoyable, smartly paced and gorgeously animated; hardly very original, but full of comic relief and heart.

    18 Oct–24 Oct: Mon & Tue 3.30pm; Wed & Thu 2.45pm; Fri 3.30pm; Sat & Sun 10.30am, 1pm & 3.30pm

  • Dora and the Lost City of Gold

    Dora (Moner) is a teenager who spent her childhood exploring the jungle with her parents (Longoria and Peña), but when her parents go missing, Dora leaves high school to find them. A sweet Spy Kids-style adventure that never serves up anything too scary, complex or upsetting for young viewers; Moner gives a warm and delightful performance and is the main reason to watch.

    19 Oct–20 Oct: (Kids) Sat & Sun 10am

  • Downton Abbey

    A big screen outing for Downton Abbey and its inhabitants. Directed by Michael Engler.

    17 Oct: Thu 2.30pm, 5.10pm & 8pm

    20 Oct: (Subtitled) Sun 2.45pm

  • Gemini Man

    Henry (Smith) is a 51-year-old assassin who develops a conscience, but the powers that be want to retire him; then baddie businessman Varris (Owen) sends a 31-year-old clone of Henry after him. The characters are totally underdeveloped and the effects (include Lee’s favourite high frame rate) make it look cheap. Smith is as watchable as ever, but that’s all.

    18 Oct–23 Oct: Mon 8.15pm; Tue 4.45pm; Wed 5.15pm; Fri–Sun noon & 8.15pm

  • Joker

    Arthur Fleck (Phoenix) is an unsuccessful clown who wants to be a comedian, but he gradually turns to evil. This dizzying origin story about Batman’s nemesis is like an ode to 1970s New York City; Phoenix is astonishing and Phillips’s grave vision never swerves. Unmissable.

    18 Oct–24 Oct: Fri–Sun 11.30am, 2.30pm, 5.15pm & 8pm; Mon & Tue 2.30pm, 5.15pm & 8pm; Wed & Thu 2.15pm, 5pm & 7.45pm

  • Judy

    A look at the later life of Judy Garland (Zellweger), as she marries her fifth husband (Wittrock) and performs a five-week run at a London nightclub. Zellweger is captivating as the deeply lonely star, struggling to keep her work commitments, adored but unhappy and wracked with guilt about being away from her children.

    18 Oct–22 Oct: Mon 5.30pm; Tue 1.45pm; Fri–Sun 5.30pm

  • Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

    Sequel to the Disney fantasy starring Angelina Jolie as the evil fairy..

    18 Oct–24 Oct: Fri 11.30am, 2.15pm, 5pm & 7.45pm; Sat 11.15am, 2.15pm, 5pm & 7.45pm; Sun 11.15am, 5pm & 7.45pm; Mon 2.15pm & 7.45pm; Tue 2.15pm, 5pm & 7.45pm; Wed 1.45pm, 4.45pm & 7.30pm; Thu 1.45pm, 4.45pm & 8pm

    20 Oct–21 Oct: (Subtitled) Mon 5pm; Sun 2.15pm

  • Matthew Bourne's Romeo + Juliet

    Matthew Bournes Romeo + JulietFilmed live at Sadlers Wells in London 2019Matthew Bournes Romeo and Juliet has been hailed as the single most eagerly awaited dance show for 2019 by The Daily Telegraph. This passionate and contemporary re-imagining of Shakespeares classic story of love and conflict is set in the not too distant future in The Verona Institute…Here difficult young people are mysteriously confined by a society that seeks to divide and crush their youthful spirit and individuality. Our two young lovers must follow their hearts as they risk everything to be together. A timeless story of forbidden love, repressed emotions and teenage discovery, filmed live at Sadlers Wells in London especially for cinemas.Bursting with youth, vitality andMatthew Bournestrademark storytelling, the UKs brightest young dance talent join the New Adventures company, with direction and choreography by Matthew Bourne, design byLez Brotherston, lighting byPaule Constable, sound byPaul Groothuisand new orchestrations of the Prokofiev score byTerry Davies, played live by the New Adventures Orchestra conducted byBrett Morris. Run time: 93 mins (No interval)

    22 Oct: Tue 7.30pm

  • NT Live: A Midsummer Night's Dream

    A joyous adaptation of Shakespeare’s magical romantic comedy, in which a feuding fairy King and Queen draw four young lovers and some other unsuspecting mortals into their dispute. Directed by Nicholas Hynter and starring Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones) as Titania.

    17 Oct: Thu 7pm

  • A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

    Shaun and his gang of sheep are getting up to mischief that puts them at odds with sensible sheepdog Bitzer; then an alien craft arrives. This dialogue-free pristinely shambolic stop-motion romp is, in its deft way, a crowd-pleaser for everyone, with enough Close Encounters references to keep parents interested.

    18 Oct–24 Oct: Fri–Sun 11.45am, 2pm, 4.15pm & 6.30pm; Mon–Thu 2pm, 4.15pm & 6.30pm

  • Terminator: Dark Fate

    Another film in the Terminator franchise. The time-travelling killer robots will, probably, yet again, focus solely on the timelines of Sarah Connor and her son.

    23 Oct–24 Oct: Wed & Thu 2.30pm, 5.30pm & 8.30pm

  • Zombieland: Double Tap

    A decade since we last met them, it’s time to catch up with Columbus, Tallahasse, Wichita, and Little Rock.

    18 Oct–24 Oct: Fri 1pm, 6pm & 8.45pm; Sat–Tue 6pm & 8.45pm; Wed & Thu 8.45pm