Odeon Lothian Road

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Four-screen multiplex showing the latest mainstream releases, with an on-site pizzeria for afterwards

Chain cinema showing the latest mainstream releases over four screens in the heart of Edinburgh, with occasional special screenings and an on-site pizzeria, Croma, for post-film muchies and discussion.

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Venue name: Odeon Lothian Road
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Address: 118
Lothian Road
Edinburgh
EH3 8BG
Transport: Rail: Edinburgh Waverley
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  • Drama Thursday February 22 2018
  • Thursday February 22 2018 - Thursday March 8 2018
  • Action and adventure Friday February 23 2018 - Sunday February 25 2018
  • Wednesday February 28 2018
  • Action and adventure Thursday March 1 2018 - Sunday March 4 2018
  • Tuesday March 6 2018 - Sunday March 11 2018
  • Documentaries Wednesday March 14 2018
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