64% would book it again

Hire Odeon Marble Arch ~ Screen 3









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About Screen 3

10 Edgware Road, London, W2 2EN

A classic 5-screen cinema, ODEON Marble Arch seats from 119 to 254 guests. Just minutes away from Marble Arch tube station and centrally located, ODEON Marble Arch is an ideal London location for your corporate event – whether you’re planning a conference or annual general meeting, or hosting an exclusive private screening for clients or colleagues.

With the latest digital HD technology, you can bring your presentations to life, give your product launches real impact and make your private screenings truly memorable.

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Ratings & Reviews

Oren PartesanaSeptember 16th, 2019

Great cinema, had a wonderful time, nothing to complain about.


Rupesh GrgSeptember 16th, 2019

I don't like to write reviews especially negatives but this was really a terrible cinema and had poor service. I was in a group with 6 friends with ethnicity of black and asian. And one of the employees said that we weren't allowed in because we will cause trouble. How can you judge us just because of our racial background we were just here to watch a movie not cause problems. Only after complaining about it we were allowed in but on one rule that we won't cause trouble which we weren't going to. And they would monitor us and kick us out if we did anything bad. I felt ashamed for the employee as he judge us just because we were black and asian and can't believe this type of discrimination still exist and I will not be returning back to his cinema again. I DO NOT RECOMMENDED THIS CINEMA TO ANYONE 😣😣😣😣


Zoë PearsonSeptember 16th, 2019

A somewhat understated entrance – more like you've come through the back-door rather than a cinema foyer – followed by a dimly lit and dimly staffed concessions stand, and finished off with seat numbers that are impossible to find. Now I know I'm more of an independent cinema girl but I'd expected better – especially as we'd purchased the VIP seats. Now my understanding of VIP was something comfier, with more legroom, maybe a better space to put your cup/snacks in... but I honestly couldn't tell the difference (other than the price, nearly £20) between these and the normal seats. The film was good though... just as well really!


Anna RauchSeptember 16th, 2019

Old, dirty, small screen and the premier seats are as comfortable as sitting on a rock. Plus, I am not very tall, but they were even too small for me. Do yourself a favor and book non premier. A bit more comfy. But to be honest, don't book at all.


Simon ButcherSeptember 16th, 2019

A bit of a poxy cinema. The screening started 15 minutes late, and was still followed by about 30 minutes of advertising. For ₤12 you would expect decent seats, rather than this stuff that makes your bum go numb within minutes, but I suppose this is what you get in London. It's experiences like this which are driving people to pirate films! The digital projection was not bad for a cinema this size (in theatre 3). The staff were friendly and the cinema was clean, so it's not all bad.

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