Odeon Trafford Centre

Cinemas, Multiplex Trafford Park
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The Odeon Trafford Centre boasts 20 screens, benefiting from IMAX technology and offering Premier Seating. Parking for cinema goers is available at the Trafford Centre, and there is a wealth of bars and restaurants nearby.

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Venue name: Odeon Trafford Centre
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Address: The Trafford Centre

Manchester
M17 8DF
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