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Odeon Manchester

Cinemas, Multiplex City Centre
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Odeon Manchester, Cinemas, Manchester


Set within The Printworks, adjacent to the Arndale Centre, the Odeon Manchester brings 23 screens of cinema action, with an IMAX screen, Premier and Gallery seating and a number of good and drink options. Special cinema screenings also take place.

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Venue name: Odeon Manchester
Address: 27 Withy Grove
Manchester
M4 2BS
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