Odeon Surrey Quays

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Surrey Quays
Venue name: Odeon Surrey Quays
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Address: Surrey Quays Shopping Centre, Redriff Road
London
SE16 7LL
Transport: Tube: Surrey Quays
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    • 2 out of 5 stars
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Rosie A
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My local cinema is a socking great big Odeon. I know, who likes chains? Well - in this instance - I do. This is a good'un, just 2 minutes walk from Surrey Quays station. Big, spacious, less expensive than central London, and often pretty empty (even for popular times of day and popular films), I come here quite often. Also serves my favourite food in large quantity - Pic n Mix. True story.