Odeon Edmonton

10081 Jasper Avenue NW,
Edmonton, AB T5J 1W9

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Previously operated by: Cineplex Odeon, Odeon Theatres (Canada) Ltd.

Architects: Harold Solomon Kaplan, Abraham Sprachman

Firms: Kaplan & Sprachman

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Odeon Edmonton

The Odeon Edmonton opened on July 1, 1954 with Gregory Peck in “Man With a Million”. It was a single-screen theatre seating 1,125 on stalls and circle levels. The theatre was twinned on August 31, 1973, with a seating capacity of 626 and 420 in each of the two screens.

Cineplex Odeon took over management in 1984 and closed the Odeon Edmonton on July 28, 1988. By 2005 it was the New Likwid Lounge and later it became the Capitol City Nightclub.

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Recent comments (view all 8 comments)

ScreenClassic on January 6, 2013 at 1:09 pm

Status should be listed as demolished. The current Google street view shows a vacant lot where the Odeon most recently stood.

ScreenClassic on January 6, 2013 at 1:26 pm

A photo of the Odeon in its later years as a twin can be seen here.

DavidZornig on May 9, 2017 at 2:45 am

1960 photo added courtesy of Mase Mason.

DavidZornig on November 5, 2019 at 7:37 pm

After 1988 it became New City night club. Photo as that added courtesy Carl Tripp.

DavidZornig on November 7, 2019 at 4:03 am

This 2011 article mentions the then plans for the site.


DavidZornig on November 7, 2019 at 4:16 pm

It was New City Likwid Lounge in 2005 through at least 2008. So it likely ended it’s days as Capitol City Nightclub.

DavidZornig on July 1, 2020 at 8:13 pm

Additional history credit Stephen Leigh:

“The Odeon Theatre opens on July 1, 1954 with Gregory Peck in Ronald Neame’s "Man With a Million”. Located at 10081 Jasper Avenue in Edmonton. This single screen theatre has 1,125 seats and is managed by Sam Binder. Twinned on August 31, 1973. Theatre 1 has 626 seats and opens with “Jesus Christ Superstar”, Theatre 2 has 420 seats and opens with “A Touch of Class”. Theatres close on July 28, 1988 with Theatre 1 showing “Bull Durham” and Theatre 2 showing “The Great Outdoors”."

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