Odeon Manchester

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Odeon 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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With 23 different screens, as well as the gigantic IMAX screen, the Printworks' Odeon is the place to go for your big-budget blockbusters. The refreshments are pretty pricy, as with any big cinema, but the staff are friendly and keep the place clean and tidy.