Millennium Centre Cinema

The Liphook Millennium Centre, 2 Ontario Way, Liphook, Hampshire GU30 7LD
Tel: 01428-723889

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Most Votes –

Sully, A street cat named Bob,  The Girl on the train,

NEW Your Tickets can now be purchased by Card/ Cash/Cheque

Open daily at the

Millennium Centre 10.00am and 4pm, Mon- Thurs, Fridays 10am – 1pm   01428 723889

Parish office – Haskell Centre 10am – 1pm Mon – Friday  01428 722988

Or call either office and pay by card over the phone

Tickets £6 (£5 concessions)  . Film & Food Night  £11 (£10 concessions)

If you wish to be kept informed about upcoming films and events please complete the following form so that you can be added to our mailing list.

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Please either drop the form into the Parish Office or scan and email it back to us at info@bramshottandliphook-pc.gov.uk

Volunteers – Our Cinema is run by the village community for the village community, if you would like to join our Liphook Millennium Centre Events Group or assist in any way at our events please contact Gill Snedden for details on 01428 723889, or email:-   events.manager@bramshottandliphook-pc.gov.uk

Help the Aged have a new Mini Bus, if you would to know more about the service they offer for Cinema night, please ask



Friday 5th May, 2017

SULLY         Friday 5th May

Doors open at 6:45pm.  Film starts at 7.30pm.

£6 (£5 concessions)

Tickets will be available from Friday 10th March

We now take card payments in person and over the phone, cash, and cheque.

Both here at the Millennium Centre and at the Haskell Centre.

With Tom Hanks playing the part of Sully, Clint Eastwood directing, and it’s a True story

Sully is the kind of film that Howard Hawks might have made in times gone by. It’s a tale of quiet, unfussy heroism; of highly trained professionals doing their jobs in the most challenging circumstances imaginable.

It is one of its 86-year-old director Clint Eastwood’s finest and most unshowy features, just over 90 minutes long and as efficient in its exposition as Captain “Sully” Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) was in crash landing his stricken plane on the Hudson river on a freezing January day in 2009. The engines had cut out after the plane was hit by birds but not a single one of the 155 passengers was lost.

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/reviews/sully-review-tom-hanks-clint-eastwood-captain-sullenberger-miracle-on-the-hudson-a7447401.html