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Showtimes for Today until Thursday 29th January are available. Further showtimes will be confirmed and added in the afternoon on Tuesday 27th January. To view showtimes for another date, select from the days above.
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American Sniper

ID may be required

Biopic of the most lethal sniper in US military history.

Film length: 132 mins

Strong language, violence, threat.

Birdman

ID may be required

Michael Keaton plays a former superhero actor making a comeback.

Film length: 119 mins

Strong language, sex references.

2D

Ex Machina

ID may be required

Sci-fi thriller about the creation of the first A.I.

Film length: 108 mins

Strong language, bloody violence, sex references.

Foxcatcher

ID may be required

Dark drama centred on millionaire John du Pont.

Film length: 134 mins

Drug use, brief strong violence.

2D

Ensemble fantasy film adapted from the Broadway musical.

Film length: 125 mins

Mild violence, threat.

Johnny Depp stars as 'Mortdecai', an art dealer who must juggle angry Russians, MI5, his impossibly leggy wife and an international terrorist to recover a fortune in Nazi gold.

Film length: 107 mins

Infrequent strong language, moderate sex references, violence.

The final instalment of the 'Night At The Museum' trilogy.

Film length: 98 mins

Mild comic violence, mild threat

2D

A magical family film from the producer of the Harry Potter

Film length: 95 mins

Dangerous behaviour, mild threat, innuendo, infrequent mild bad language

2D

Bryan Mills and his 'set of skills' return once more.

Film length: 109 mins

Moderate action violence, infrequent strong language.

World War I drama based on Vera Brittain's memoirs.

Film length: 130 mins

Scenes of bloody injury.

2D

The Gambler

ID may be required

Mark Wahlberg plays an English professor addicted to gambling.

Film length: 111 mins

The final chapter of Peter Jackson's epic Middle-earth trilogy.

Film length: 144 mins

Moderate threat, frequent violence.

2D

Moving biopic about the life and work of Stephen Hawking.

Film length: 123 mins

Brief sexualised images, mild bad language.

Whiplash

ID may be required

A story of obsession, passion and the drive for perfection.

Film length: 106 mins

Very strong language, strong sex references.

2D

Wild

ID may be required

Drama with Reese Witherspoon hiking the Pacific Crest Trail.

Film length: 115 mins

Strong language, sex, drug use.

2D

Woman In Black: Angel Of Death

ID may be required

Hammer horror sequel to 2012's adaptation of the famous play.

Film length: 98 mins

Strong horror, threat.

2D

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Dundee

Douglas Road
Dundee
DD4 7SN

ODEON Dundee is located on Douglas Road adjacent to Mecca Bingo.


ODEON Cinemas nearby:

Dunfermline (32.98 miles)
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Driving Directions

When driving from the North or West follow the Kingsway A90 Eastbound. After passing the ASDA Supermarket take a left turn at the roundabout signposted Douglas & Angus/Whitfield then drive straight ahead at the next roundabout. ODEON Dundee is on the left.

When driving from the South or East, follow the A92 onto the Kingsway. Take a left turn at the first roundabout signposted Douglas & Angus/Whitfield then drive straight ahead at the next roundabout. ODEON Dundee is on the left.

ODEON Dundee is complemented by 650 FREE car parking spaces available immediately adjacent to the building.

Public Transport

The Remote prices below include a 50p Remote Booking Fee per ticket, a fee for booking your ticket remotely (online and Filmline).

Standard Tickets

Monday - Sunday all day (including bank holidays)

In cinema

Remote

Child

12 years and under

£5.00
£5.50

Teen

Ages 13-17

£5.00
£5.50

Student

Valid student card required

£5.00
£5.50

Senior

Ages 60+

£5.00
£5.50

Adult

Ages 18+

£5.00
£5.50

Family


1 adult, 3 children or 2 adults, 2 children

£20.00
£22.00

Upgrades and Premiums

3D Films

+ £1.00 All / + £4.00 Family

3D Glasses

+ £1.00 Per Pair

Premier Seat

+ £1.00 Each / + £4.00 Family. Note: Theory of Everything/Taken 3 + £1.50 Each/ + £6.00 Family

Blockbuster Prices

Fifty Shades of Grey/Kingsman+ £1.00 per ticket


£ 2.00 (Remote)
£ 1.50 (In-Cinema)

Special prices for adults and kids.

Super Saver Pricing

Watch current film releases without worrying about your little one making any noise.

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Other local cinemas

Dunfermline

32.98 miles.

ODEON Dunfermline is situated in the Fife Leisure Park. The cinema has 10 screens (Premier Seats, Costa, Ben & Jerry's) 4 ATMs which are located in the main entrance. Parking is available directly in front of the cinema.

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Offers & Competitions

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ODEON Award Season Giveaway

Win a private screening, tickets and more

Expires 22/02/2015

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Awards Season Gift Pack

5 films for £24.99

Expires 01/04/2015

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Win a trip to Tokyo

Book In 3D for your chance to win

Expires 29/01/2015

View this competition

Special Screenings


Screenings at pocket money prices with ODEON Kids

View ODEON Kids performances

Exclusively for parents and guardians with new babies

View Newbies performances

Enjoy sport, music and theatre on the big screen

View ODEON Plus performances

Quick bite, cheeky treat?

Make your cinema experience complete

Treat yourself to a wide selection of snacks from one of our retail counters, from traditional favourites such as popcorn, nachos and pop to a varied selection of sweets and ice cream!

Classic Cinema Combos - Popcorn with your favourite dispensed drink KIDS MIX - Build your own. Snack + Drink + Kids Popcorn Classic Cinema Combos - Nachos with your favourite dispensed drink FAMILY - Treat the whole family. Amazing family value
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Popcorn

Guide to your cinema

General Manager: Kim Thorne

ODEON Dundee is situated on Douglas Road. The cinema has 10 screens (Premier Seats, Ben & Jerry's) 2 ATMs which are located in the mani foyer. Parking is available at the cinema.

Disabled facilities

Location Of Cinema
ODEON Dundee is a standalone building located on Douglas Road near to the Happyhillock Shopping Centre. The Numbers 28 and 29 buses stop at the top of the main road by ASDA.

There is a large car park outside of the cinema with Blue Badge parking spaces either side of the entrance to the cinema.

The drop off area for cars and taxis is directly outside the Cinema entrance within the car park.

Access To The Cinema
The access to the main entrance of the cinema is level with automatic sliding doors. There is level access to the box office, refreshments stand and ticket machines. If you require any further assistance, please ask a team member on box office or in the upstairs foyer.

There is limited guest seating within the main foyer and by the entrance to the Screens.

Male and female washrooms are situated in the foyer either side of the refreshments stand and Ben and Jerry?s counter. There is also one fully accessible washroom either side of the foyer, with one of them having changing facilities for babies.

Access Within Screens
All Screens at ODEON Dundee are fully accessible with Wheelchair bays available. The Screens are all stadium style seating, with all Wheelchair bays towards the front. Screens 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9 all have stepped aisles either side of the seating leading up to the back seats. Screens 5 and 10 have one central stepped aisle dividing the seats into two separate blocks.

Screen 1 has handrails available on the aisle closest to the auditorium entrance leading to the back of the seating. There are four double Wheelchair bays in the front seating section of the auditorium on the fifth row with adjacent companion seating.

Screen 2 has handrails available on both aisles up to the second to back row. There are three double Wheelchair bays available at the front with companion seating.

Screen 3 does not have any handrails leading to back section of Screen. There are four double Wheelchair bays in the front seating section on the third row with adjacent companion seating.

Screen 4 has handrails available on the aisle closest to the Screens entrance. There are two Wheelchair bays available at the front of the Screen with companion seating.

Screen 5 does not have any handrails available. There are two double Wheelchair bays available at front of the Screen with only one companion seat for each bay.

Screen 6 does not have any handrails available in the back section of the seating. There are four double Wheelchair bays in the front seating section on the fifth row of the Screen with available companion seating.

Screen 7 has partial handrails available on the aisle closest to the Screens entrance. There are three double Wheelchair bays available at front of auditorium with companion seating.

Screen 8 does not have any handrails available in the back section of the seating. There are three Wheelchair bays in the front seating section of the auditorium with companion seats.

Screen 9 has partial handrails available on one aisle closest to the Screens entrance. There are two Wheelchair bays available at the front of the auditorium with adjacent companion seating.

Screen 10 does not have any handrails available. There are two Wheelchair bays available at the front of the auditorium with only one companion seat next to each bay.

Location of Washroom Facilities
Male and female washrooms are situated in the foyer either side of the refreshments stand and Ben and Jerry?s counter. There is also one fully accessible washroom either side of the foyer, with one of them having changing facilities for babies.

CEA Card: As part of a general cinema industry initiative, all our cinemas accept the CEA Card which entitles the holder to one free ticket for their carer. For further information please visit www.ceacard.co.uk (opens in a new window).

Text phone users can dial 18001 0808 1560 609 9am - 7pm Friday, Saturday and Wednesday, 9am - 6pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 10am - 5pm on a Sunday for bookings and information.

Further information

If you have further enquiries please call our Accessible Helpline between 9am - 7pm Friday, Saturday and Wednesday, 9am - 6pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 10am - 5pm on a Sunday on 0800 138 3315 or via Type Talk on 1800 1 0808 1560 609.

Useful numbers

Accessibility Helpline

0800 138 3315

between 9am - 7pm Friday, Saturday and Wednesday, 9am - 6pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 10am - 5pm on a Sunday and they will complete the booking

or

textphone: 18001 0808 1560 609

between 9am - 7pm Friday, Saturday and Wednesday, 9am - 6pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 10am - 5pm on a Sunday for bookings and information


Public Transport Helpline

0871 200 2233


CEA Card Network

minicom: 0845 123 1292

or

textphone: 0845 123 1297

ODEON @ Dundee offers 10 screens.

Screen 1

  • 375 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Rear of front block
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 60 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 2

  • 210 Seats
  • 3 wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 45 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 3

  • 293 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Rear of front block
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 32 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 4

  • 158 Seats
  • 2 Wheelchair Spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 42 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 5

  • 86 Seats
  • 2 Wheelchair Spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 30 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 6

  • 441 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Rear of front block
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 72 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 7

  • 232 Seats
  • 3 wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 45 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 8

  • 269 Seats
  • 3 wheelchair spaces - Rear of front block
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 48 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 9

  • 137 Seats
  • 2 Wheelchair Spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 42 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 10

  • 102 Seats
  • 1 wheelchair spaces - front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 30 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Turn your everyday presentation or conference into something spectacular

If you are looking to host a conference or event and make an impact on your audience, then look no further than ODEON.

Holding your conference or event in a cinema gives you an interesting and unique environment that will stimulate the delegates and get your meeting off to an exciting start.

Whatever your event requirements, be it a small regional meeting for up to 50 delegates or national conference for up to 1679, ODEON has the facilities and flexibility to accommodate you.


Conferencing

  • AGMs
  • Presentations
  • Roadshows
  • Product launches
  • Satellite conferencing
  • Workshops and seminars

Private screenings

  • Corporate hospitality
  • Reward your employees
  • VIP experience
  • Special occasions

Venue hire

  • Film shoots
  • Video gaming
  • Fashion shows
  • Church groups
  • Award ceremonies
  • Universities and schools
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