Win tickets to Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation exclusive event screening at Cineworld Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 13:20 22 July 2015 | UPDATED: 13:20 22 July 2015

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, at cinemas from July 30. Photo: © 2015 Paramount Pictures

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, at cinemas from July 30. Photo: © 2015 Paramount Pictures


We’ve teamed up with Cineworld Ipswich and Paramount Pictures to offer 10 pairs of tickets for Saturday’s Mission:Impossible – Rogue Nation exclusive event IMAX screening at the Cardinal Park cinema.

The 12A movie, in cinemas July 30, sees the IMF disbanded and Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) out in the cold. The team must face off against a network of highly skilled special agents, the Syndicate. These highly trained operatives are hellbent on creating a new world order through an escalating series of terrorist attacks.

Hunt gathers his team and joins forces with disavowed British agent Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson) - who may or may not be a member of this rogue nation - as the group faces their most impossible mission yet.

Doors open at 6.30pm with the Mission:Impossible – Rogue Nation exclusive event screening including live streaming from the red carpet from approximately 6.40pm and a question and answer session with Tom Cruise from approximately 7.10pm before the film starts at 7.30pm.

To win one of the 10 pairs of tickets, name the actor who plays Ethan Hunt in the Mission Impossible franchise. Email your answer, name, address and contact number to by 6pm, Thursday, July 23, marked Mission:Impossible – Rogue Nation exclusive event screening. The competition is open to Suffolk and Essex residents only. Usual terms and conditions apply.

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