The Ipswich Film Theatre is in the Corn Exchange building in the centre of Ipswich. We run a varied programme of films and a range of lectures and film events.
|Family Ticket - Children's Matinees||£6.00*|
If you are a full time student, under 16, a Senior Citizen, claimant or hold a DAB pass, you can buy tickets at the concessionary rate. Proof of status must be produced when tickets are purchased. Concessionary tickets are available for all performances except Matinees.
* We are now offering a new family ticket for Children's Matinees! A Family Film Fun ticket costs £6 and admits 4 people (at least 2 of whom must be children) Please contact the box office on 01473 433100 for further information
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You can book or buy your cinema tickets at least two weeks in advance. IFT's Box Office on King Street is open Monday to Saturday from 10am until twenty minutes after the last performance starts. Call in person, book by phone or write enclosing a stamped addressed envelope and cheque payable to Ipswich Borough Council. Credit and Debit cards accepted (please note, a fee of 50p per ticket will be charged on Credit & Debit card transactions).
Disabled people are welcome. Nursing care Both IFT cinemas have induction loops for the deaf and hard of hearing. Cinema 2 and the ground floor toilets are accessible to wheelchair users. Access to Cinema 1 can readily be arranged - please phone in advance. IFT staff will be pleased to help you. Information in this brochure can be made available in alternative formats, please contact Dave Gregory (01473 433461).
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Ipswich Film Theatre is a public cinema funded by Ipswich Borough council and supported by its patrons, the British Film Institute, Eastern Arts Board and Europa Cinemas. Pay the cheapest price for a digital hearing aid.
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