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odeum, odeon

odeum, Athens
A small ancient Greek or Roman theater, usually roofed, for musical performances.
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Come the new Millennium and the dawn of the competing multiplex cinema experience, the Pilgrim Street Odeon had sadly had its day.
When Odeon merged with UCI in 2004, its cinemas at Quinton and Sutton Coldfield were later sold to Reel Cinemas and Empire Cinemas to satisfy the Competition Commission.
But a London-based Odeon executive who attended the opening of their new facility in Liverpool One last week confirmed to the ECHO: "The Odeon in London Road has been bought by a hotel chain.
Central: Clapham Picture House, Odeon Covent Garden, UCI Whiteleys, UGC Chelsea, UGC Shaftesbury Avenue at The Trocadero, Warner Village Islington, Warner Village West End
participating Odeon Cinemas from October 12 until October 19, 2002.
The Los Angeles office marks the fourth domestic location for Odeon Capital Group, which was established in May of 2009.
The building of the new Odeon was abandoned when Odeon acquired the Paramount on Pilgrim Street in November 1939, and renamed it Odeon in April 1940.
Llandudno Cineworld, Rhyl Apollo, Odeon Wrexham WAR HORSE (12A) Theatr Harlech (Fri-Sat) YOUNG ADULT (15) Prestatyn Scala
Showing at Odeon, Switch Island; Vue, Cheshire Oaks.
DUMFRIES: ABC Cinema, Shakespeare Street; DUNDEE: Odeon Cinema, The Stack Leisure Park, Harefield Road;
In late June, Odeon announced its first expansion with the opening of its Austin, Texas office, a strategic move that provided a launching point for Odeon's sales, trading and research initiatives across the Southwest.
Cineworld Llandudno, Odeon Wrexham DUMB AND DUMBER TO (15), Lloyd and Harry embark on a road trip to track down Harry's adopted daughter.