Odeon Cinemas have special Kids Screenings during holidays and weekends. All films selected for these screening have a U (Universal) rating. It is £2.50 per person (same price for children and grown-ups)*. Ticket prices at peak times, including weekends are usually about three times that. It is an excellent deal if you have young children.

Other discounted tickets are also available, but not necessarily at all Odeon cinemas, check your local listing. Prices quoted here does not include the remote booking fee of 50p per ticket.

Other Discounts:

Be aware that screenings are standard. The sound has not been lowered, lights are turned off and trailers are shown before the film.



Odeon provides detailed information about all their cinemas. Under the “Guide to your Cinema”, there is an Accessibility tab that include information about the location of the cinema, including location of nearby Blue Badge parking and public transport access points, access to the cinema, including wheelchair access, location of seating and accessible toilets and as well as access to individual screens.

The Auditorium tab provides information about the size of the screen, the number and location of wheelchair seats. The Accessibility portion of the website provides information for Cinema guests who have special requirements and a disability & accessibility helpline is available to help between 11am and 8pm at Phone: 0800 138 3315 and Textphone: 18001 0808 1560 609.

* The Odeon Kids screenings used to be £1 for a children’s ticket with one free adult entry per child. This offer is no longer available.


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