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Showtimes for Today until Thursday 25th December are available. Further showtimes will be confirmed and added in the afternoon on Tuesday 23rd December. To view showtimes for another date, select from the days above.
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Musical remake starring Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis.

Film length: 118 mins

Mild bad language.

This choreographic version, created for the Bolshoi by Yuri Grigorovich, is full of romanticism and philosophical reflections on ideal love. Masterfully interpreted by the Bolshoi dancers, it will enchant the whole family for the festive season, proving that one is never too young or too old to be swept away by The Nutcracker.

Film length: 0 mins

As live.

2D

Dumb and Dumber To

ID may be required

Buddy comedy sequel which reunites us with Harry and Lloyd.

Film length: 109 mins

Strong sex references

Sing a-long version of Disney's latest extravaganza

Film length: 107 mins

Contains mild threat

2D

Comedy about a father and son trying to save Christmas.

Film length: 102 mins

mild slapstick violence, mild crude humour

Gone Girl

ID may be required

Film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling thriller novel.

Film length: 149 mins

Strong bloody violence, very strong language

2D

Horrible Bosses 2

ID may be required

Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis return in 'Horrible Bosses 2', which sees Nick, Dale and Kurt try to launch their own business with predictably disastrous results.

Film length: 108 mins

Strong language, sex references

DreamWork's highly anticipated fantasy sequel.

Film length: 102 mins

Mild violence, threat.

2D

Christopher Nolan's hotly anticipated sci-fi blockbuster.

Film length: 166 mins

Infrequent strong language, moderate threat, violence

Men, Women & Children

ID may be required

Comedy-drama from the director of 'Juno', starring Adam Sandler.

Film length: 120 mins

Strong sex references, strong language

2D

This Christmas the pupils of St Bernadette's and their much-loved, madcap teacher Mr Poppy (Marc Wootton) are back for their biggest adventure yet involving fantastic flashmobs, excitable elves, Christmas carols and of course Archie the donkey!

Film length: 110 mins

No material likely to offend or harm

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

Film length: 98 mins

Mild comic violence, mild threat

A magical family film from the producer of the Harry Potter

Film length: 95 mins

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

PK

A stranger in the city asks questions no one has asked before. Known only by his initials, P.K.'s innocent questions and childlike curiosity will take him on a journey of love, laughter and letting-go.

Film length: 0 mins

moderate sex references, injury detail

Comedy starring Bill Murray as a drunken, gambling war veteran.

Film length: 102 mins

Infrequent strong language, moderate sex, sex references

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

Film length: 144 mins

Moderate threat, frequent violence.

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

Film length: 144 mins

Moderate threat, frequent violence.

2D

The penultimate chapter in the popular dystopian sci-fi saga.

Film length: 123 mins

Moderate violence, threat.

Biopic of British wartime codebreaker Alan Turing.

Film length: 114 mins

Moderate sex references.

Spin-off from the 'Madagascar' series starring the Penguins.

Film length: 92 mins

very mild threat, slapstick violence, very mild bad language

The Pyramid

ID may be required

Claustrophobic horror set in an ancient Egyptian catacomb.

Film length: 89 mins

Strong threat, gore

2D

Family animation about a huge monster arriving in Pixie Hollow.

Film length: 76 mins

Mild threat.

2D

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Manchester

27 Withy Grove
Manchester
M4 2BS

ODEON Manchester is situated within The Printworks which is central to the heart of Manchester adjacent the Arndale Shopping Centre.


ODEON Cinemas nearby:

Trafford Centre (4.67 miles)
Rochdale (8.66 miles)
Warrington (17.05 miles)
Get directions

Driving Directions

Sat Nav - M4 2BS
We are within the complex The Printworks in the city centre surrounded by the roads; Corporation Street, Withy Grove, Dantzic Street and Hanover Street.

Parking

Car parking is available in the NCP Printworks (above the Shudehill interchange) which is adjacent to The Printworks. Parking is chargable at NCP rates however, we offer discounts at certain times in the evenings if you visit the ODEON. The ticket validation machine can be found on the ground floor, on the right as you enter, between the 7 self-serve ticket machines.

To find or pre book your parking space at ODEON Manchester Printworks please click here.

Public Transport

Buses from North Manchester run directly to the city centre stopping at the Shudehill interchange opposite The Printworks.

Buses from South Manchester run directly to the city centre stopping at Piccadilly Gardens bus station a 7 minute walk from The Printworks.

Rail services from across the UK run to Victoria (2 minutes) and Piccadilly (15 minutes) Stations both a short walk from The Printworks.

Metrolink Tram services stop at the Shudehill station opposite The Printworks.

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

Bargain Tuesday

All Day, Every Tuesday
(except bank holidays)

Super Saver

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday before 5pm
(except bank holidays)

Peak

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 5pm, all day Friday to Sunday and Bank Holidays

In cinema

Remote

In cinema

Remote

In cinema

Remote

Child

12 years and under

£5.00
£5.50
£5.95
£6.45
£7.05
£7.55

Teen

Ages 13-17

£5.00
£5.50
£6.35
£6.85
£7.50
£8.00

Student

Valid student card required

£5.00
£5.50
£5.30
£5.80
£6.30
£6.80

Senior

Ages 60+

£5.00
£5.50
£6.60
£7.10
£7.85
£8.35

Adult

Ages 18+

£5.00
£5.50
£8.35
£8.85
£9.80
£10.30

Family


1 adult, 3 children or 2 adults, 2 children

£20.00
£22.00
£23.40
£25.40
£27.80
£29.80

The Gallery

Ages 18+

£13.00
£13.50
£15.75
£16.25
£18.75
£19.25

Upgrades and Premiums

3D Films

+ £2.00 Adult / + £6.40 Family / + £1.60 Others

3D Glasses

+ £1.00 Per Pair

IMAX®/3D IMAX® Films

+ Up to £5.00 Each / + £18.00 Family

Premier Seat

+ £1.10 Each / + £4.40 Family.

Blockbuster Prices

Hunger Games Mockingjay Part One / The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies + £1.00 per ticket


£ 3.00 (Remote)
£ 2.50 (In-Cinema)

Special prices for adults and kids.


Other local cinemas

Trafford Centre

4.67 miles.

ODEON Trafford Centre is situated in The Trafford Centre. The cinema has 20 screens (IMAX, Premier Seats, Ambar, Costa) 10 ATMs (6 on the upper level, 4 on the lower level). Parking is available at the Trafford Centre.

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Rochdale

8.66 miles.

View cinema details

Warrington

17.05 miles.

View cinema details

Offers & Competitions

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Want to make it really special?

In extraordinarily high resolution with projection lights so bright they can be seen from the moon and astonishingly precise sound – IMAX is so breathtaking you’ll want to reach out and touch.

Huge screens maximise your field of vision and state-of-the-art sound is tailored for each auditorium and finely tuned for each film. Immerse yourself in IMAX today.

More about IMAX

Since 1971, Costa has been serving coffee in true Italian style and is now at available at ODEON cinemas.

Creating great coffee is an art that takes time and skill to perfect. Costa use the finest beans, equipment and techniques to make sure that every cup makes the grade.

Enjoy a great coffee today.

More about Costa

Special Screenings


Escape to the glamorous world of Bollywood on the big screen

View Bollywood performances

Screenings at pocket money prices with ODEON Kids

View ODEON Kids performances

Relive those iconic moments from film history on the big screen

Find out more about Flashbacks

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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Guide to your cinema

General Manager: Steve Gleave

ODEON Manchester Printworks is situated in the city centre. The cinema has 23 screens (Premier Seats, IMAX, Gallery, Costa, Ben & Jerry's) 10 ATMs which are located at the front of the cinema entrance and in the main foyer.

Local Facility

ODEON Manchester is situated within The Printworks which is central to the heart of Manchester adjacent the Arndale Shopping Centre, The Corn Exchange and The National Football Museum (previously known as Urbis). Within The Printworks there are various popular restaurants such as the Hard Rock Cafe, Wagamamas, Nandos, Cafe Rouge, Wasabi, Papa G's, Harvester, Henry J Beans, Prezzo and Chiquitos along with bars/pubs such as Lloyds, Waxy O'Connor's, Tiger Tiger and Norwegian Blue. We also have a COSTA coffee shop within the ODEON open until late.
The nearest cash point is within The Printworks.

Education

Many current and forthcoming film releases have a strong relevance to subjects covered in the national curriculum, provoking discussion and debate in an inspirational way. With media and communication becoming ever-popular choices, the cinema can provide a useful and relevant study aid for further and higher education. It's a real treat too, making a visit to ODEON Cinemas the perfect reward for good behaviour or record levels of attendance.

For more details and our special booking rates please contact us via email by clicking here.

Disabled facilities

Location Of Cinema
ODEON Manchester is part of the Printworks retail complex within Manchester city centre, situated next to the Manchester Arndale Centre.

The Printworks is adjacent to one of the main city centre bus interchanges, with further bus stop available to the rear of the cinema on Corporation Street; these stops service multiple bus services across the city. Shudehill Metrolink tram station is also close by, approximately a three minute walk from the cinemas entrance.

Parking

The cinema has no parking, to find or pre book your nearest car parking space for ODEON Manchester Printworks please click here.

The nearest car park is an NCP car park located on Shudehill, approximately two minutes walk away. The nearest Blue Badge parking is outside the Printworks complex main entrance, with more Blue Badge parking spaces located further up Dantzic Street; please be aware that these parking spaces may be limited during busy hours.

There are two train stations situated close to the cinema; Manchester Victoria is approximately two minutes walk away, with services to the majority of more local towns and cities. Manchester Piccadilly train station is a fifteen minute walk through the Manchester Arndale Centre, or around ten minutes by tram.

A taxi rank is also available behind the cinema on Corporation Street.

Taxi and car drop off is possible all around the cinema, with the best points being on Dantzic Street and Corporation Street; please be aware that there are double yellow lines throughout the local area.

Access To The Cinema
Once inside the cinema there are escalators running up and down from the third floor, as well as one lift giving access to all five floors, and another designated for the Gallery on the fifth floor.

The cinemas entrance within the Printworks has a gentle slope to the foyer doors. These are automatic. Once inside the foyer there is level access to the box office and arcade, automatic ticket machines are located towards the cinema entrance. All floors within the cinema are level, including access to the refreshments stand, Costa Coffee and the Gallery bar area. Lowered counters and ticket machine are available for Wheelchair users. If you require any assistance, please ask a member of the team.

There are numerous guest seating areas throughout the cinema, including seats within Costa Coffee on the first floor and also in the Gallery bar area located on the fifth floor. This is only accessible for Gallery ticket holders.

Washrooms are available throughout the cinema. The first floor has a set of male and female washrooms with two adjacent fully accessible washrooms between the entrances to Screen 1 and Screen 2 to 7. The second floor has a male washroom located in the foyer, and a female and fully accessible washroom by the rear entrance to Screen 1. Male and female washrooms are located at the end of each corridor on the third floor, with a fully accessible washroom situated towards the entrance to Screen 15.

Gallery washrooms are situated next to the Gallery bar, with male and female washrooms located at the top of a flight of stairs and a fully accessible washroom at the bottom.

Access Within Screens
All Screens at ODEON Manchester are fully accessible with Wheelchair bays available; access to all floors is via escalators, lift or stairs with handrails. Screen 1 is the IMAX Screen and is located on the first floor with Screens 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. A secondary entrance to the rear of Screen 1 is available on the second floor. Screens 8 to 20 are situated on the third floor. The Gallery bar and Screens are all located on the fifth floor, which is accessible via the lifts or stairs with handrails.

All Screens have single blocks of seats with stepped aisles either side. Handrails are available on the nearest aisles to the entrance of each screen. The Screens have stadium style seating with stepped aisles; due to the nature of the stadium seating, some Wheelchair bays are located at the front of the auditorium and some at the back; rear entrances to auditoriums are available.

Screen 1 has four double Wheelchair bays at the back of the auditorium for optimum viewing. Access to the rear of Screen 1 is on the second floor accessed via lift or escalator.

Screens 2 to 10 and 14, 15, 16, 19 and 20 have four single Wheelchair bays at the front of the Screen.

Screens 11, 12, 13, 17 and 18 have Wheelchair bays available at both the front and the back of the auditorium, giving the option for preferred viewing position. Screens 11 and17 have five single Wheelchair bays at the front, with one single Wheelchair bay at the back. Screens 12, 13 and 18 have two Wheelchair bays at the front and back.

Screens 21, 22 and 23 are the cinemas Gallery Screens. All these Screens are located on the fifth floor and are accessed via lift or stairs with access to handrails. Each Screen has a double Wheelchair located at the back of the auditorium for the best viewing experience. There are handrails available throughout the Gallery area.

All the Wheelchair bays at the ODEON Manchester have adjacent companion seating.

Location of Washroom Facilities
Washrooms are available throughout the cinema. The first floor has a set of male and female washrooms with two adjacent fully accessible washrooms between the entrances to Screen 1 and Screen 2 to 7. The second floor has a male washroom located in the foyer, and a female and fully accessible washroom by the rear entrance to Screen 1. Male and female washrooms are located at the end of each corridor on the third floor, with a fully accessible washroom situated towards the entrance to Screen 15.

Gallery washrooms are situated next to the Gallery bar, with male and female washrooms located at the top of a flight of stairs and a fully accessible washroom at the bottom.

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 @ Manchester offers 23 screens.

Screen 1

  • 377 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair Spaces - Back
  • IMAX SONICS
  • 70 Premier seats - Situated to the rear of the auditorium. IMAX Screen Size - 13.74m high x 24.39m wide. Public Opening: October 26th 2012

Screen 2

  • 224 Seats
  • 5 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 51 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 3

  • 129 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 4

  • 147 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 5

  • 147 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 6

  • 147 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 7

  • 129 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 8

  • 224 Seats
  • 5 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 51 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 9

  • 129 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 10

  • 147 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 11

  • 239 Seats
  • 6 Wheelchair spaces - Front and back
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 51 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 12

  • 316 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair Spaces - Front and back
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 68 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 13

  • 361 Seats
  • 6 Wheelchair spaces - Front and back
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 68 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 14

  • 171 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 16 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 15

  • 146 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 16

  • 146 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 17

  • 330 Seats
  • 6 Wheelchair spaces - Front and back
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 72 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 18

  • 484 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front and back
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 85 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 19

  • 129 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 20

  • 129 Seats
  • 4 Wheelchair spaces - Front
  • Digital AES Sound
  • 13 Premier seats - Situated in the middle of the auditorium

Screen 21

  • 85 Seats
  • 2 Wheelchair Spaces - Back
  • Digital AES Sound

Screen 22

  • 73 Seats
  • 2 Wheelchair Spaces - Back
  • Digital AES Sound

Screen 23

  • 65 Seats
  • 2 Wheelchair Spaces - Back
  • Digital AES Sound

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
Annie in cinemas December 20
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