Odeon Tottenham Court Road
30 Tottenham Court Road,
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Odeon Theatres UK (Official)
Operated by: Odeon Theatres Ltd.
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Classic 1-2-3 Central Cross, Classic 1-2-3, Cannon Tottenham Court Road
One of central London’s newest cinemas, the Classic 1-2-3 Central Cross opened on 30th July 1981.
Despite a totally inconsequential façade the main screen 1 is actually a very good place to see a film with its 328 seat, steeply raked auditorium and high ceiling.
Screens 2 (145 seats) and 3 (137 seats) are less impressive, they still retain the good sightlines - but the auditoria are rather too long and narrow to be ideal.
Very spacious foyer. The Central Cross development (which incorporates these cinemas) stands on an area which once housed three much older cinemas - the 1912 Majestic Cinema (later La Contintale Cinema) closed in 1976, and the 1913 Carlton Cinema (later Berkeley 1-2 Cinema) which closed the same year.
Classic Cinemas were taken over by the Cannon Group and it was re-named Cannon. The lease on the Cannon Tottenham Court Road was bought out by Odeon Theatres and the cinemas were renamed Odeon.
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