People tend to check in during these times:
Originally opened in 1937 as the Paramount Theatre, featuring a seating capacity of 2,439. The cinema received its current name in 1942 after it was purchased by Oscar Deutsch's Odeon Cinemas chain.
The screens are quite small :/ that's not nice at all!
Head here on Tuesday's for cheaper tickets.
Being that it is one of the oldest cinemas in Birmingham, Odeon does seem to have done it up! New chairs in the small screens. Ceilings look new! Was dark heading to my seat though! Winding corridors!
sorry odeon but sadly this place has seen better days could do with a total refurbishment inside and out :/ so many great memories here to be honest
Don't bother...smells of rat urine and droppings... Look for a nearby cinema :(
Use the self service ticket machines for quicker service when it's busy
If it's a Wednesday, get to the cinema about 30mins before your viewing. #OrangeWednesday
Please do not visit this cinema..........unless you want a dead behind & an aching lower back free of charge, of course. TERRIBLE
Cramped seating and overpriced tickets.
Rooms are tiny but staff are mega polite and helpful.
Save 25% off your student ticket with a valid NUS card.
You can get a special card for 1.99£ which gives you 25% off on Tuesday's!
Morning or afternoon movies are cheaper and quieter!
Worst cinema I've ever been to. Uncomfortable seats, small screen, poor sound and messy theatre in general.
Cinema screens/rooms are TINY! Tickets are super cheap with orange weds and student card.
Go to Cineworld. It's cheaper, cleaner, newer and cooler. X
Cineworld is better than here!!!! sry ODEON...
Cineworld/Amc are definitely better.. sorry Odeon you have a sticky floor!
Try getting the 'premier seats'!