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Yes of course! An advanced screening is simply a unique opportunity to see the film before anyone else!
We’ll always do all we can to let you bring your belongings in with you. But if there’s one thing more important to us than your convenience, it’s your safety.
If we think your item could block the way in an evacuation, we may ask you to leave it outside. In this case, we’ll always try to find somewhere to look after it for you, so you can give yourself over to the film world before you in maximum comfort.
At ODEON we love trying to give you what you want. The demand for ODEON Kids, and ODEON Silver Cinema is so high we try to schedule the films four weeks in advance.
Just pop to the ODEON Kids or ODEON Silver Cinema page to see season information as well as every film currently programmed.
We want to bring the best, the most brilliant, the blindingly good. However, in certain situations some films are only given a limited release, meaning we may not be able to bring a film you wish to see to a cinema near you.
If something grabs you simply select the film using the "Whats On" option shown at the top of every page and you'll be able to see where the film is playing. But don't panic! Film selections are changed weekly at each cinema.
We passionately believe the cinema experience should be available to all. But if there is one thing more important to us then your experience, it's your safety. That's why for all shows starting after 11:30pm we ask under 15's to be accompanied by an adult.
At certain locations, we have to enforce a more stringent "Over 18s" only policy - to check if this applies, please check the Cinema Information section of your local ODEON's cinema page.
Normally adverts and exciting new trailers that will have you shivering with anticipation last for approximately 25-30 minutes. This is in addition to the total running time of the film.
Our audio-described screenings bring the on-screen action to life for our guests with visual impairments. If you have difficulty seeing the screen, just chat to the cinema host at your cinema box off and they’ll give you a set of headphones to wear.
During gaps in the film’s dialogue, a narrator’s voice will play through the headphones explaining all the action on screen. Meanwhile, the film’s soundtrack plays through the cinema soundsystem as normal. Which means guests can enjoy the film both with and without audio description.
As film lovers, we know just how exciting the run up to a big release can be and always put details of our films and screening times online as soon as we have them. This means you can usually book tickets for the following week from Tuesday evening or Wednesday afternoon.
On the other hand, if we expect a film to be a super smash-hit blockbuster, we may start selling tickets a few weeks before its release. Want to be first in line? Sign up to receive inspiring film updates from us by email.