IT’S A SEPTEM­BER TO RE­MEM­BER

With school hol­i­days loom­ing the line-up for the month is a beauty

QT Magazine - - MOVIES -

BIG things are hap­pen­ing at BCC Cin­e­mas Ip­swich and you’re in­vited to join the fun for the whole month.

If you haven’t heard, Brid­get Jones is back, and she’s hav­ing a baby, when Brid­get Jones’ Baby ar­rives on Septem­ber 15.

Plus with school hol­i­days not far away the line-up for the month of Septem­ber is a beauty, with Storks, The Secret Life of Pets, Pete’s Dragon, and Miss Pere­grine’s Home For Pe­cu­liar Chil­dren all set to keep Ip­swich fam­i­lies en­grossed. Plus there’s a cou­ple of great ac­tion block­busters com­ing up with The Mag­nif­i­cent Seven open­ing Septem­ber 29 and Mark Wahlberg in the in­cred­i­ble true story of Deep­wa­ter Hori­zon on Oc­to­ber 6.

BCC Cin­e­mas Ip­swich is your des­ti­na­tion for af­ford­able and qual­ity en­ter­tain­ment with reg­u­lar Se­niors Screen­ings for just $8.50 which in­cludes morn­ing tea.

There’s reg­u­lar Chicks At The Flicks screen­ings, plus don’t for­get all 2D movies are just $8.50 for adults and only $5 for ev­ery­one on Tues­days.

But if that’s not cheap enough, drop in and pick up some BCC Cin­e­mas Ip­swich Movie Vouch­ers. At just $30 for 5 tickets for adults, or $20 for 5 tickets for Se­niors and Chil­dren.

Man­ager Frank Urizar is cel­e­brat­ing his first an­niver­sary as man­ager at BCC Cin­e­mas Ip­swich and loves see­ing the smiles on faces of his cus­tomers.

“I love it. It’s more fam­ily ori­en­tated that what I orig­i­nally thought. It’s a city for fam­i­lies, and the fact you can build a re­la­tion­ship with lo­cal mayor is also good. I’m al­ways chas­ing feedback from fam­i­lies and our many Se­nior cus­tomers,” Frank said.

If you would like ses­sion times and be the first to know about events at BCC Cin­e­mas Ip­swich, send your details to Frank direct at frank_urizar@evt.com and he’ll put you on the FREE email news­let­ter list.

Frank Urizar from BCC Cin­e­mas Ip­swich.

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