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

  • Boxing Day

    Inspired by writer, director, and star Aml Ameen’s life, Boxing Day follows Melvin (Ameen), a British author living in America, who returns home to London for Christmas to introduce his American fiancée, Lisa (King), to his eccentric British-Caribbean family. Their relationship is put to the test as she discovers the world her fiancée has left behind.

    7 Dec–9 Dec: Tue–Thu 1.50pm & 5.10pm

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

    The end has arrived for Harry and happily the last installment really satisfies with its breakneck pacing, breathtaking set-pieces and a genuinely heart-warming ending.

    12 Dec: Sun 11.40am

  • Royal Opera House: The Nutcracker

    The Royal Ballet | Live The Nutcracker is a family favourite at Christmas time and is one of the most delightful ways to discover the enchantment of ballet. The story of Clara, a girl on a magical Christmas Eve adventure, is accompanied by sparkling music and even dancing sweets! Watch the full company of The Royal Ballet in this much-loved ballet classic. Akane Takada (The Sugar Plum Fairy), Cesar Corrales (The Prince), Christopher Saunders (Herr Drosselmeyer), Isabella Gasparini (Clara), Luca Acri (Hans-Peter/The Nutcracker) Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House Conducted By Koen Kessels Choreography Peter Wright After Lev Ivanov Music Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky Original scenario Marius Petipa Production and scenario Peter Wright Designer…

    9 Dec: Thu 7.15pm

  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

    Set in 1998, this origin story serves as a reboot of the Resident Evil film franchise.

    7 Dec–9 Dec: Tue 2.30pm & 8.40pm; Wed 2.30pm & 7.50pm; Thu 2.30pm & 8.30pm

  • Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway

    Follow-up to the successful 2018 film starring James Corden as the mischievous bunny.

    11 Dec–12 Dec: (Kids) Sat & Sun 10.45am

  • No Time to Die

    The 25th James Bond film is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and sees Daniel Craig in the lead for one last time.

    8 Dec: Wed 7.40pm; Thu 3.30pm

  • The Nightmare Before Christmas

    Jack Skellington, the skinny trickster king of Halloweentown, is restless with success and needs a new challenge, so he hatches a plot to kidnap Santa and creates a mixed-up Yuletide which isn’t quite what the kids expected. Produced and based on a story and characters by Tim Burton.

    11 Dec–12 Dec: (Kids) Sat & Sun 10am

  • House of Gucci

    The turbulent marriage and divorce of Patrizia and Maurizio Gucci, the head of the Gucci fashion house, leads to murder.

    7 Dec–9 Dec: Tue–Thu 4.30pm & 8pm

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

    The seventh installment of the wildly popular wizard franchise is an atmospheric but emotionally hollow and rather rushed take on Rowling’s original, with a strong performance from ever-dependable Grint but little else to recommend it other than as an appetiser for next summer’s grand finale.

    12 Dec: Sun 3pm

  • Clifford The Big Red Dog

    A young girl’s love for a tiny puppy makes it grow to an enormous size.

    10 Dec–16 Dec: Fri 1pm, 3.30pm & 6pm; Sat & Sun 10.30am, 1pm, 3.30pm & 6pm; Mon & Tue 1pm, 3.30pm & 6pm; Wed & Thu 12.30pm & 4.30pm

  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

    While the sixth installment in the Harry Potter franchise does venture into darker, more adult areas than its predecessors it also injects more humour and character development than previous encounters, which doesn’t always make for a satisfying concoction. Yates picks up in the aftermath of a spectacular attack on London by Death Eaters and builds towards the death of a key character that will pre-empt the final confrontation between Harry and Lord Voldemort in two-part finale, The Deathly Hallows.

    11 Dec: Sat 2.50pm

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

    With Harry’s fifth return to Hogwarts comes the realisation that Voldemort’s return to power is not the only factor that will trouble him and he is forced to confront a different force that matches his growing pains. Rowling’s most complex and uneven book has proven to be the most difficult to adapt. Missing the talents of a big name director this still contains some enjoyable moments courtesy of newcomer Imelda Staunton, playing the latest Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher. Sadly exposition over action is this film’s real undoing.

    11 Dec: Sat 11.40am

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Another instalment for the ever popular Ghostbusters franchise. This is a sequel to the first two films and is directed by Jason Reitman, son of their director, Ivan Reitman.

    7 Dec–9 Dec: Tue & Wed 1.40pm, 4.40pm & 8.30pm; Thu 1.40pm, 4.40pm & 7.50pm

  • Eternals

    Another team of superhumans from the pages of Marvel comic books.

    10 Dec–14 Dec: Mon, Tue & Fri 12.50pm

  • Encanto

    A Colombian girl is frustrated at being the only member of her family without magic powers.

    10 Dec–14 Dec: Mon, Tue & Fri 3.45pm; Sat & Sun 10.15am, noon & 2.40pm

  • Elf

    Buddy (Ferrell) is a big Elf who, though accepted in his Elvish community at the North Pole, manages to wreak havoc on a daily basis. Fed up and confused by his charge, Papa Elf (Bob Newhart) sends him to the US in search of his true identity. Hilarious and puerile Yuletide comedy.

    14 Dec: Tue 7.30pm

  • West Side Story

    Steven Spielberg’s reimagining of West Side Story tells the classic tale of fierce rivalries and young love in 1957 New York City, inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet

    10 Dec–16 Dec: Fri & Sat 1pm, 4.30pm, 6.30pm & 8pm; Sun 1pm, 6.30pm & 8pm; Mon 1pm, 4.30pm & 6.30pm; Tue 1pm, 4.30pm, 6.30pm & 8pm; Wed & Thu 12.30pm, 4pm & 7.30pm

    12 Dec–13 Dec: (Subtitled) Mon 8pm; Sun 4.30pm