The Odeon Marble Arch was built in 1967 as a monumental, modernist replacement for the previous, extravagantly Atmospheric 1928 cinema on the same site. The new cinema was famous for having one of the only screens in the country optimised for 70mm epics such as A Bridge Too Far and Lawrence of Arabia, but with the decline of the format it was converted in 1996 into a five-screen multiplex. Of these, only two have wheelchair spaces but there's lift access to the second and third floors. All screens have induction loops.
Marble Arch itself is directly opposite, giving access to the peace and quiet of Hyde Park, while Oxford Street and its accompanying retail mania is only yards east.
The Odeon's location on the corner of Marble Arch and Edgware Road gives immediate access to the West End's bars and restaurants, and Marble Arch Tube is two minutes away.
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