The Lounge At ODEON

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  • Address:

    The Lounge At ODEON Whiteleys Shopping Centre
    London
    W2 4YN

  • Cross Street:

    Queensway

  • Venue website:

    www.whiteleys.com

  • Transport:

    Tube: Bayswater or Queensway tube

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Royal Opera Live: I Due Foscari

Thaddeus Strassberger directs Verdi's searing early tragedy at the Royal Opera House in London under the baton of conductor Antonio Pappano. Placido Domingo sings the title role of the despairing father, who is torn between love for his family and du...

  • Mon Oct 27:

    • 19:15

Royal Opera Live: L'Elisir D'Amore

A live broadcast from the Royal Opera House in London of Laurent Pelly's production of Donizetti's comic opera in two acts charting the love affair of lowly peasant Nemorino and beautiful landowner Adina. Vittorio Grigolo and Lucy Crowe play the love...

  • Wed Nov 26:

    • 19:15

Royal Opera Live Encore Screening: I Due Foscari

Thaddeus Strassberger directs Verdi's searing early tragedy at the Royal Opera House in London under the baton of conductor Antonio Pappano. Placido Domingo sings the title role of the despairing father, who is torn between love for his family and du...

  • Sun Nov 2:

    • 14:00

NT Live Encore Screening: Medea

Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to assume the demanding title role in Euripides's powerful tragedy in a new version by Ben Power. This recording was filmed live in London and is directed by Carrie Cracknell with music written by Will Gr...

  • Mon Sep 22:

    • 20:00

NT Live Encore Screening: A Streetcar Named Desire

Recorded live at the Young Vic in London, Benedict Andrews's critically acclaimed staging casts Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster and Vanessa Kirby in Tennessee Williams's New Orleans-set drama about the fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois and her tormen...

  • Mon Oct 6:

    • 19:00

The Hundred-Foot Journey

Rating: 3/5

If you catch whiffs of ‘Chocolat’, you’re not imagining them: this middlebrow culture-clash foodie fable, based on a novel by Richard C Morais, shares more than just a director with that Juliette Binoche confection from 2000. There’s also the quaint,...

  • Thu Sep 18:

    • 17:45

The Hundred-Foot Journey

Papa Kadam and his family flee Mumbai after an arson attack on their restaurant, which results in the death of Papa's wife. They seek refuge in a French village, which boasts a Michelin star establishment run by widow Madame Mallory. The building acr...

  • Thu Sep 18:

    • 17:45

Gone Girl

Director David Fincher adapts bestselling novelist Gillian Flynn with a cast including Rosamund Pike (finally getting a proper starring role), Ben Affleck and the ever-wonderful Neil Patrick Harris. In Flynn’s rip-roaring novel, a husband (Affleck) g...

  • Tue Sep 30:

    • 20:45
  • Thu Oct 2:

    • 17:30
    • 20:45

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Kate ormston

This cinema experience is definitely not worth the money. On arrival the bar is pretty slick, the seats are large and comfy and I felt really pleased that I had given it a try... Then the food came. They claim to have a great chef who has created this "foodie" menu. I don't know how any chef worth his salt could let food like that leave the kitchen. It wasn't fit for McDonalds let alone a place that is charging £13 for the driest bun a hot dog has ever seen with the most minimal scoop of chilli con carne on top. £13 for a sushi platter again disappointed with a unbelievably small portion. I was wondering if they were actually having a laugh at our expense. The "fillet" beef sliders, obviously from the same dry bun company that the hot dog came from, they were the size of canapés priced at £15. A few other disappointments later and the bill came to a shocking £95!!! We hadn't eaten before we came and were still starving. I left with a sick feeling of having just flushed a total of £140 down the toilet. my advice would be eat before and got to enjoy the seats.