Millennium Centre Cinema

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


Come and join us for our cinema events, held in our main hall, we have a large screen and retractable tiered seating for 126 people, with extra seating at the front, we can accommodate 180 people.

Our Community Bar opens from 6.45pm – 7.30pm & also during the interval,

Homemade popcorn £1 per bag,

Dylans Ice Cream £2 per 125ml pot.

If you would like to hear about our films and other events via email please subscribe using the link  Contact Permission Form

Your Tickets can now be purchased by Card/ Cash/Cheque , call us on 01428 723889 or 01428 722988
Millennium Centre open Monday – Friday 9.30am – 2.30pm
Parish office – Haskell Centre 10am – 1pm Mon – Friday                                                                 
Alternatively give us a call, leave a message and we will call you back, during these hours 

Volunteers – Our cinema’s are run for the community, if you would like to volunteer to help with any of our events please email Gill

The Greatest Showman – Film Night £6 (£5 concessions)

Friday 8th June – tickets available now

2018   True story/Drama/Musical,  105 mins PG

Inspired by the ambition and imagination of P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman), The Greatest Showman tells the story of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a mesmerizing spectacle that became a worldwide sensation. With Michelle Williams, Zac Efron and Rebecca Ferguson as Jenny Lind.

“A sizzling explosion of colour, music and joie de vivre, The Greatest Showman is a toe-tapping, life enforcing celebration, reinforcing that ‘a man’s station is limited only by his imagination’. . .It’s a feel-good Hollywood fantasy that whisks us away to a world filled with song and dance, beneath which bubbles an undercurrent of discrimination and longing for acceptance. Admittedly there is little substance beneath the gloss, but nonetheless the film is a crowd pleaser.”  Urban Cinefile

“What it is in essence is a joyously uplifting potpourri of visual resplendence, stylish choreography and solid gold magic, one engineered to approximate the lavish spectacle the movie musical once offered – a winning combination that won’t fail to resonate with every admirer of the all-singing, all-dancing art form.”  Radio Times

The Darkest Hour -Film & Food Night

Friday 6th July – tickets available now

£11 (£10 concessions)

Menu – Beef Chilli (mild) served with Rice & Tortilla Chips (an alternative of Vegetable Chilli & Rice (mild)                                                                                       there will be no gluten or dairy in the Chilli  (Tortilla chips will be served separately)

2017   Drama/History     125 mins   PG

Within days of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman) must face one of his most turbulent and defining trials: exploring a negotiated peace treaty with Nazi Germany, or standing firm to fight for the ideals, liberty and freedom of a nation. As the unstoppable Nazi forces roll across Western Europe and the threat of invasion is imminent, and with an unprepared public, a skeptical King, and his own party plotting against him, Churchill must withstand his darkest hour, rally a nation, and attempt to change the course of world history.  Focus Features

“If history is of any interest to you, this is one of three current films dealing with one of the most momentous events of WWII: Churchill’s handling of the crisis that led to the historic evacuation of the entire British army from Dunkirk in May 1940 . . .  In this the last of the three films (Andrew Dominik’s Chrurchill [2017] and Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk [2017] being the others), Joe Wright wrangles yet another Churchill. The menu offered by these films is variations on a theme, but like a complex recipe, each results in something very different.”  Urban Cinefile






The Post – £6 (£5 concessions)

Friday 20th July – tickets available now

2017   Drama/History,   116 mins   12A


Oscar winners Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep, and Tom Hanks team up for the first time in this thrilling film based on a true story. Determined to uphold the nation’s civil liberties, Katharine Graham (Streep), publisher of The Washington Post, and hard-nosed editor Ben Bradlee (Hanks) join forces to expose a decades-long cover-up. But the two must risk their careers – and their freedom – to bring truth to light in this powerful film with a celebrated cast.  From the official website

“Stories that explore moral choices in this more complex way are still rare in Hollywood and certainly in Spielberg’s oeuvre. The Post is superbly handled throughout, intelligent and involving. It’s a timely reminder of why good, independent journalism matters.”  Eye for Film

“Depicting a world when newsprint still mattered, despite the dominance of TV, this period piece is predicated on a collective nostalgia for the good old days. But that’s not to say it doesn’t have a contemporary resonance. Distinctly Trumpian in its themes, The Post addresses our concerns about the current administration by framing it around an equally controversial previous incumbent.”  Radio Times

Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri –

£6 (£5 concessions)

2017   Crime/Drama, 115 mins   15

Friday 3rd August – tickets available now

Frances McDormand plays Mildred, who in order to stop herself drowning in grief after the brutal murder of her daughter, decides to fight back when the case remains unsolved, purchasing the titular billboards and plastering them with details of the crime and the question: “How come Chief Willoughby?”

“McDormand is a force with which to be reckoned as the grieving mother desperate for the law to take its course. Fearless and lacking in vanity, she grabs this gift of a role and delivers an unforgettable performance. We feel her pain, angst, frustration and impotence. ‘Looks like we got a war on our hands’ Woody Harrelson’s police chief Willoughby mutters, as the town prickles at the confrontation.”  Urban Cinefile 

“The ability to balance extreme violence, emotional substance to chew on and black comedy has been evident in McDonagh’s work since In Bruges. There, he struggled to completely marry them together, but here he finds a way to keep things on track. No moment, it seems, is too horrific for humour, a stance that particularly suits Rockwell’s ability to shift from comedy to danger and on to tragedy in the space of a few lines of dialogue.”  Eye for Film

Other Cinema Dates this year

Friday 7th Sept

Friday 5th Oct

Friday 2nd Nov

Friday 7th Dec


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PURCHASING YOUR TICKETS  – Your Tickets can now be purchased by Card/ Cash/Cheque , call us on 01428 723889 or 01428 722988
Millennium Centre open Monday – Friday 10am – 2pm Parish office – Haskell Centre 10am – 1pm Tues – Thurs   
Tickets £6 (£5 concessions)  . Film & Food Night  £11 (£10 concessions)
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:-
Help the Aged have a new Mini Bus, if you would to know more about the service they offer for Cinema night, please ask