Everyman Barnet

Barnet Hill,
Barnet, EN5 1AB

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DavidSimpson on February 19, 2017 at 8:40 am

By January 2017, when I visited to see “Live by Night”, starring Ben Affleck and Elle Fanning, Everyman had carried out their usual sumptuous refurbishment.

toms2890 on August 10, 2015 at 10:53 am

The ODEON Barnet is no more. It closed in July for a basic refurb/debranding and is now open as the Everyman Barnet. It is currently under an ‘Everything is changing’ decor, meaning that the site deliberately looks under construction until a more extensive refurb is carried out next year.

orpheum on October 27, 2010 at 3:14 pm

I was at the Odeon Barnet yesterday morning.I was on my own in Screen 1.Before the lights went out i was able to see much of the original art deco plasterwork and lights.Well worth a look at if you are in the cinema.

RichieA70 on May 20, 2010 at 9:43 pm

On 17th May 2010, 75 years & 2 days since Barnet Odeon first opened, it celebrated it’s birthday with 2 screenings of Hitchcock’s 1935 ‘The 39 Step’s at the opening night admission price of 2p. Staff were dressed in 1930’s uniforms including tunics, peaked caps and white gloves. The cinema’s manager announced to a packed house in screen 1 that the theatre was Odeon’s oldest cinema. I think they own older buildings, but it could well be the chain’s longest operating cinema.

Moorish styling, art deco features, and loads of octagonal shapes abound in this cinema – Edgar Simmon’s finest. Well worth a visit.

Here’s to another 75 years of movie magic at Barnet Odeon!
Long live Barnet Odeon!

Ken Roe
Ken Roe on October 13, 2005 at 1:00 pm

OOOppps, sorry, here is that early 1970’s view:
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Ken Roe
Ken Roe on October 13, 2005 at 12:56 pm

An exterior photograph taken in the early 1970’s of the Odeon, Barnet:
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An exterior view in the early 1980's
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Another view mid-1980's
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New signage in 2002
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