Odeon Cinema,
West Street,
East Sussex.
BN1 2RE.
0871 2244007


Depends on film being shown.


Under 15 - £4.80 (at all times)
Adult - £6.00 (Before 5pm Mon-Fri and before 2pm Sat/Sun)
Adult - £7.00 (After 2pm Sat/Sun, after 5pm Mon-Fri & Bank Hols
Please confirm prices before attending.


Cinema screens (!)
Small games arcade
Snacks and drinks

How to get there:

Get a bus to Churchill Square and walk towards the seafront, the cinema is at the bottom of West Street on the corner.

Extra Info:

Odeon Cinemas was created in 1928 by Oscar Deutsch. Odeon publicists have claimed that the name of the cinemas was derived from his motto, "Oscar Deutsch Entertains Our Nation", but it had been used for cinemas in France and Italy in the 1920s, and the name is ultimately derived from Ancient Greek. The name "Nickelodeon" was coined in 1905 and was widely used to describe small theatres in the United States during that era.

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