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Our New Opening Hours From January 2020

A note from our Managing Director: I'm delighted that from 1st January 2022 we will be open seven days a week to bring you more opportunities to see the best independent and studio releases. This is an important step for us as we seek to grow the audience for great film and ensure that Ipswich has…

Oscar-Winner Tilda Swinton Stars In MEMORIA At King Street Cinema This February

Sovereign Film Distribution announces the release of acclaimed metaphysical drama MEMORIA. The film comes to King Street Cinema for three limited shows on 1, 2 and 3 February. Tickets will be on-sale soon. Winner of the Jury Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, and nominated for the Palme…

There Will Be Pizza

By Sean Stuart … Paul Thomas Anderson’s UK-spell-check-infuriating LICORICE PIZZA opens at the King Street Cinema from 14th January.  … Winning acclaim from critics and audiences alike - and already leading the pack in the Oscar race - the movie sees writer/director/California Man Paul Thomas…

January Films At King Street Cinema

We're lining up our January programme for you and it's looking good! We're showing Paul Thomas Anderson's new film, LICORICE PIZZA from its release date of 7 January, Mike Mills' latest, C'MON C'MON, Jane Campion's THE POWER OF THE DOG, Steven Spielberg's adaptation of the legendary stage musical…

It's Good To Be The King

When the Ipswich Film Theatre reopens on 26 November as KING STREET CINEMA it does so with the granddaddy of all kings... It’s hard to contextualize a movie as old… and as big… as KING KONG. When the legendary Great Ape feature came out in 1933, Queen Elizabeth II was 7-years-old… the Second World…

Ipswich Film Theatre Becomes King Street Cinema

On 26 November the Ipswich Film Theatre becomes KING STREET CINEMA. The Ipswich Film Theatre (IFT) was created in 1975 and quickly established itself as an important fixture in the arts scene in Suffolk. Guests who took to its stage included the likes of long-time Martin Scorsese editor Thelma…

Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza

The first reactions to Paul Thomas Anderson’s LICOURICE PIZZA promise a film that is "god-tier PTA". Starring Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman, the film follows the adventures of high schooler Gary Valentine (Hoffman) and Alana Kane (Haim), an enthralling woman in her 20s. Set in L.A.’s San Fernando…

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