Odeon Rochdale

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The Odeon Rochdale can be found on the Sandbrook Retail Park, so there are plenty of food and drink options to complement the nine cinema screens showing the best in British and world cinema.

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Venue name: Odeon Rochdale
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Address: Sandbrook Way
Rochdale
OL11 1RY
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