Screens 2 - 5 Odeon Leicester Square
22-24 Leicester Square,
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Odeon Cinemas Group (Official)
Operated by: Odeon Theatres Ltd.
Architects: Glyn Mellor
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Odeon Mezzanine Leicester Square, Odeon Studios Leicester Square
The Odeon Mezzanine Cinemas were built in what was an exit alley for the main Odeon Theatre, Leicester Square. The five screens opened on 20th April 1990, designed by architects Glyn Miller of Northern Building Design Associates. The facade of the building is faced in the same black marble tiles as the main Odeon Theatre facade and blend in well.
The 290-seat Odeon Mezzanine has a seperate box office and entrance from the main Odeon Leicester Square, and the screens seat 60, 50, 60, 60 and 60. The Odeon Mezzanine was closed in September 2012 for a refurbishment, and was re-opened as the Odeon Studios Leicester Square on 30th November 2012.
The main original Odeon Leicester Square(which has its own page on Cinema Treasures) was closed for restoration and a remodel on 9th January 2018 and the Odeon Studios Leicester Square were also closed. Alterations included the entrance to the Odeon Studios Leicester Square was moved from its stand alone position to a new entrance from the Odeon Leicester Square foyer. The fifth screen on the ground floor has been converted into two VR rooms. The four remaining screens re-opened as Screens 2 - 5 Odeon Leicester Square on 21st December 2018 with a reduced total seating capacity of 116. The main original Odeon Leicester Square re-opened on the same day as a Dolby Cinema re-named Odeon Luxe Leicester Square.
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