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Founded in 1930 by Oscar Deutsch, Odeon was acquired in 1941 by J Arthur Rank who had interests in film production and distribution. Odeon remained a part of The Rank Organisation for a further 58 years. An extensive re-branding campaign in 1998 further re-enforced Odeon's position as market leader in the UK and introduced "Fanatical About Film" to the UK cinema-goer. The re-branding and refurbishment campaign culminated in the £3million upgrade of the flagship cinema, the Odeon Leicester Square.
On the 21st February 2000, Odeon was sold to Cinven, who merged the newly re-branded Odeon chain with their existing ABC cinema chain. The resulting chain of cinemas were all re-branded and Odeon enjoyed over two years of continuing positive growth.
Following this success, Cinven sold Odeon to a consortium of investors early in 2003.
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
Parking & Transport
- Parking (free)
ACCESS TO PUBLIC AREAS (Displays, exhibits, rides etc)
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Map & Directions
From the City take the M275 and follow signs for Cosham and Port Solent.
From the West take the M27 and exit at junction 12, follow signs as above.
From the East take the A27 then the Hilsea exit and follow signs as above.
Public Transport Directions
The nearest mainline station is Cosham with regular connections to London, Brighton and Southampton. For further information you can contact national rail enquiries on 08457 48 49 50.
Please contact First Bus on 0870 010 6022 for timetable information on bus services.
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