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Odyssey Cinemas

Odyssey Cinemas, Odyssey Pavilion, Belfast, County Antrim, BT3 9QQ
Odyssey Cinemas

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Odyssey Cinemas, Belfast boasts the best technology, the biggest screens and the best location in Belfast. Find us at Northern Ireland's premier entertainment address, The Odyssey Pavilion.

Catching the latest releases at Odyssey is the perfect addition to a day at the Odyssey. The cinema complex is Northern Ireland's largest, with 12 screens, two of which are Digital 3D and three are exclusive VIP screens, plus a luxurious Director's Lounge, offering panoramic views of the Belfast skyline and river front.

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* Monday toFriday 13:00-00:00
Saturday and Sunday 10:30-00:00

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