Odeon Glasgow Quay

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12-screen multiplex showing the latest mainstream cinema releases, with occasional kid-friendly and Bollywood screenings

12-screen multiplex showing the latest mainstream cinema releases, with occasional kid-friendly and Bollywood screenings.

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Venue name: Odeon Glasgow Quay
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Address: Springfield Quay, Paisley Road
Glasgow
G5 8NP
Transport: Rail: Anderston
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