The Odeon Leicester Square is the 1683-seater cinema where large London film premieres are held. There are also 5 small screens in the Mezzanine.
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Odeon Leicester Square
22-24 Leicester SquareLondonWC2H 7JY
- 0871 2244007
The big screen at Odeon's Leicester Square is a converted old theatre, so there is ample seating, a huge screen, and great surround sound (7.1). It truly is one of the larger screens, so wonderful for action flicks.
The downside, though, is that the workers show individuals to their seats using very bright flashlights. So being on the aisle, we had a bright light flash in our eyes at least...more
So I would have to say two main factors resulted in a low score. The first was the movie screen in cinema 2 was tiny by cinema standards which I wasn't aware of until I sat down to watch the film. The second most annoying issue was the air-conditioning was set on hell freezing over cold mode. During the whole movie part on my body felt that it was in the artic circle. When this issue was...more
we went to see 'batman vs superman' and payed £20 per ticket - non premium seats btw - the cinema is really big and has stalls upstairs where you can order food and drinks to your seat.
most of the seats are covered with a leopard fabric- cheesy 90's vibe. it was freezing in the movie theater, maybe they switched on the air condition in march?! the restrooms are very dirty and there were no...more
I went down to the Odeon Leicester Square for the Ed Sheeran's Jumpers For Goalposts film premiere. The front of the building was covered in a massive Ed Sheeran poster, and there was a green carpet with a huge black 'X' by the entrance.
Inside there are hundreds of seats up and downstairs with lots of ushers to show you to your seats. There was free popcorn and bottles of water on each...more
It is my first time coming to this cinema for the main movie (only 1 movie is screening in the main theatre)
I never get to go there before because the movie never suited my taste.
The seats are old (and i started to scratch myself as soon as i sat) and with a leopard motif, that is so outdated and kitch. Not much of leg room too.
17£ for the cheapest ticket and it can go up to 23£ when you...more