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Camden Town Odeon

Cinemas, Multiplex Camden Town
3 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Odeon Camden
Venue name: Camden Town Odeon
Contact:
Address: Parkway
London
NW1 7AA
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In desperate need of repairs, with a sticky, smelly carpets and no air condition.
If you are booking a seat I would recommend to book a premium one as standard ones are really narrow with almost no space in between.

Tastemaker

Camden Odeon is a well-positioned yet hidden branch of the Odeon cinemas. Positioned just a couple of minutes away from Camden tube station, similarly to the other Odeon cinemas they show a selection of the latest releases. It is pretty old and needs some serious TLC, but it has a mind-blowingly good snack selection. I'm talking roughly 20 flavours of popcorn in nifty dispensers and a frozen yoghurt bar! Overall it's convenient and good for what it is. Toilets are a 5/10.

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