Odeon Panton Street

Cinemas, Multiplex Leicester Square
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Odeon Panton Street
Venue name: Odeon Panton Street
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Address: Panton St
London
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Sarah (kukkiiandkoppee)
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A small cinema with with a few screening rooms no bigger than some people's front rooms. They screen a small selection of the popular movies but their main focus is Asian movies. There is a small selection of overpriced snacks on offer at the ticket booth. I rather wished that I had sneaked in snacks bought from China Town instead of ordering a bucket portion of popcorn.