41-43 Buttermarket Street,
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An original Odeon built for Oscar Deutsch’s chain, Odeon Theatres Ltd. The Odeon opened on 11th January 1937 with George Arlis in "East Meets West". Seating was provided for 1,059 in the stalls and 576 in the circle.
It was closed in early-1968 when it was damaged by a fire. Repairs were made and it re-opened in May 1968. The Odeon was tripled with 576 seats in the former circle and 291 & 196 in the two screens formed out of the rear stalls. It re-opened on 14th September 1980 with "Empire Stikes Back", "Damien I & II" and "The Final Countdown".
Closed on 28th August 1994, the Odeon was demolished and a Yates Wine Lodge was built on the site.
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