85 Kings Road,
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The Brighton Centre was built in 1966 on the site of the former Palladium Theatre/Odeon Cinema which had been demolished in 1963.
In 1972 the upper part of the building which housed a skating rink and conference hall was converted into a three screen Odeon Cinema which opened on 19th April 1973 with Maggie Smith in "Travels With My Aunt", Gene Hackman in "The Poseiden Adventure" and "Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland". The nearby 1937- built Odeon Cinema on West Street closed the day previously. The new Odeon screens were designed by D.H.D. Design Group of Richmond, Surrey and had seating for 390, 885 and 504.
Since then, two additional screens seating 275 and 242 have opened in the basement of the building in May 1987, and another screen opened in a disused kitchen in August 1989 which seats 103. In December 2001 the largest screen (885 seats) was divided into three screens, giving a total of eight screens in the building today.
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