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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
The Odeon became a multi-screen cinema in 1972 with the original balcony area becoming the new Screen 1 while below, in what was the main auditorium area of the original cinema, there are now three other screens.
participating Odeon Cinemas from October 12 until October 19, 2002.
DUNDEE: Odeon, The Stack Leisure Park, Harefield Rd
The voucher is valid only for admission to Alaska and is subject to seat and film availability (check your local Odeon cinema for details).
The chain's expansion across the country included leasing land from Newcastle City Council in 1936, at the corner of Pilgrim Street and City Road (south side) by the Tyne Bridge with the intention of building a brand new 2042-seat Odeon cinema, with four lock-up shops and an underground car park that would also double up as an air raid shelter.
Showing at Odeon, London Road; Odeon, Switch Island; Odeon, Bromborough; Vue, Cheshire Oaks; Cineworld, St Helens; Cineworld, Chester.
It's your chance to pick up a FREE Digimon comic worth pounds 1.75 at Odeon cinemas throughout Scotland.