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To elaborate on Mr. Simpson’s earlier comment, the changing lease situation, which did impact the branding and signage around the cinema, had little impact on the day-to-day operations of the cinema, which was consistent in operations and now operates essentially as an independent cinema. The music/vibrations mentioned by O'Sullivan are now less impactful, since the (Arguably dying) Odyssey complex now plays host to only one nightclub in the form of BOX. During times the club is in operation, Screen 1 (immediately above the club) Is not used. While the smallest normal screen does contain 155 seats, the VIP screens contain 40 leather recliners each. As an aside, one of the fixtures in the odyssey pavillion placed at the complex’s opening, featuring signage for everything that was open at the time, has the cinema’s original logo. It’s not overly noticeable.
As of 2016, The largest screen is Screen 1 with 190+ seats available. The smallest are screens 6,7 and 8, each with around 75 or so. The cinema opens in the early-to-mid afternoon on weekdays, and late in the morning on weekends.