Odeon Cinema (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews
Newest Review: ... was quick and easy enough. We got there about two hours early as we were going for dinner first, and were served within five minutes. An adult ticket would have been £6.25, but I got a student ticket for £5.50. Not exactly a huge discount, but you know what they say - every little helps. I was stuffed from dinner so didn't look too closely at the popcorn and sweets - it seemed to be overpriced as usual. I did notice however that they now also sell little bags of dried fruit - I haven't seen that anywhere before. Cinema was very clean, if a little chilly - I found myself putting my fleece back on. We were asked to sit in the red seats ... more
Customer Odeon Cinema (Newcastle upon Tyne) Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/05/08 (Useful, 1582 readings)
As might be obvious from today's reviews, I spent bank holiday watching films. Last night we managed to get late night tickets to Doomsday, so it was off to the Odeon in the Metrocentre (which I really hope is the one this section is meant for). Waiting for tickets was quick and easy enough. We got there about two hours early as we were going for dinner first, and were served within five minutes. An adult ticket would have been £6.25, but I got a student ticket for £5.50. Not exactly a huge discount, but you know what they say - every little helps. I was stuffed from dinner so didn't look too closely at the popcorn and sweets - it seemed to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/06 (Very useful, 8111 readings)
Let me start off this review with a bit of clarification. The “large and lavish” Paramount Theatre described in the category blurb provided by dooyoo is no longer the Odeon cinema in Newcastle; this building, fine as it was (indeed, it was grade 2 listed by English Heritage) closed down in 2002 and is now a sadly abandoned shell that has still not found another use, despite being de-listed. The reason for the Odeon’s abandonment of this little piece of architectural history was the decision to get in on a new development on the other side of the city centre, called The Gate. The Gate is an “entertainment complex” that was conceived in 2001 to provide a 3-storey shopping . Read the complete review
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