Odeon Holloway

Cinemas, Multiplex Holloway
  • 2 out of 5 stars
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Venue name: Odeon Holloway
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Address: 419-427
Holloway Road
London
N7 6LJ
Transport: Tube: Holloway Road
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Danilo Reis
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This cinema is housed in a beautiful Art Deco building, standing out from the surrounding buildings. The grand entrance is very classicising. Odeon's cinema foyer does not blend in well with the grand architecture at all, the feel at the foyer is very amateurish, almost like Odeon set up a temporary stall in the building. There are many screens (8 I believe) but unfortunately the seats are uncomfortable, particularly the premiere seats. Another problem is that fact that there is a lot of sound interference from the other screens. Prices are a bit high for what it is (£11 for an adult ticket). It does the job though, just about.