Streatham Odeon

Cinemas Streatham
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Venue name: Streatham Odeon
Address: 44-47 High Road
Streatham
SW16 1PW
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Sarah G
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Streatham is by far the closest cinema to me, but I avoid going. It's a shame as its been refurbished & should be great but in general it just isn't!

It's quite expensive - family of 4 on a Saturday afternoon - £40+

The staff are unbothered - verging on rude. The screens are really variable in quality & comfort. Most importantly the experience is often unpleasant as there seems to be so little respect for others by the customers. People arrive late, come & go from the screening, use their phone throughout, talk, kick chairs (made worse by the tightness of the seating in some screens) etc.

If you go at quiet times when screens are practically empty it's a tolerable experience, if like yesterday it's packed to the rafters it's positively unpleasant!