Welcome to the Uppingham Films Night Out website.
This film club is run by local volunteers who enjoy quality movies in the friendly and relaxed atmosphere. This is a sociable way to watch films with friendly people. Free homemade nibbles. Feel free to bring your own drinks, food and a cushion. Uppingham Film Nights take place on the second Wednesday of every month, with an annual season of twelve films.
Venue: Uppingham Town Hall
Available on the door and from the Falcon Hotel reception desk
Uppingham Films are Taking their Summer Holiday
We’ll be back in September with a red carpet re-launch and a full programme of films.
In the meantime, you can get updates and reminders by following us on Twitter @UppinghamFilms, liking us on Facebook Uppingham Film Night Out, or by joining our Mailing List by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s On The Big Screen This Summer?
Those in the know are predicting a major sag in the box-office takings for the summer of 2017. Audiences have had it, right? They don’t want to queue up to throw their money away on the fifth iteration of Transformers (this one’s called The Last Knight) or Pirates of the Caribbean (Dead Men Tell No Tales), or Pixar’s third Cars movie?
Not so fast. The demise of blockbuster retreads and rip-offs must still be filed under fake news; the revolt against franchise fatigue may be as slow in coming as Trump impeachment proceedings. Lousy movies wouldn’t be spawning sequels if the public wasn’t paying for them. And now studios have a large overseas market clamoring for same-old-same-old.
But all is not lost… well, not completely, at least. Even in this season of the walking braindead, we’ve have founds some great surprises in live-wire escapism and real-deal Oscar heat. Here are the blockbusters and big-name, big-budget movies you need to be paying attention to this summer
We hope to see you soon. Don’t forget to bring your own drinks, food and a cushion if you wish. As a rule of thumb, the “Uppingham Film Night” takes place on the second Wednesday of each month. Every now and again, an alternative event at the Town Hall, may mean we schedule Film Night for the first or even third Wednesday of the month.