Odeon Beckenham

Cinemas, Multiplex Beckenham
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Venue name: Odeon Beckenham
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Address: High Street
Beckenham
BR3 1DY
Price: £7.90-£9.30
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Chesca R
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Cinemas everywhere are starting to get better in the quality of their seating, food and ambience but sadly the odeon Beckenham is being left behind eating their dust. I have been here several times over the years and on more than one occasion have had an uncomfortable viewing experience either due to the seating being too squished for the size of the screen or the seating was just too old to be comfy. On the plus side I did get to marvel at David Haye last time I was there so that was nice.