A seasoned musician helps a young singer achieve her dreams.
Strong language & drug misuse.
The extraordinary story of the life of Freddie Mercury.
Moderate sex references, drug references & infrequent strong language.
After his ninth unsuccessful attempt on his own life, a young man outsources his suicide to an ageing assassin.
Suicide theme, strong violence & very strong language
Newt Scamander works with Dumbledore to help fight Grindelwald.
Moderate fantasy threat
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Halloween comes to life as monsters are unleashed once again.
Frequent scary scenes.
Forty years after Laurie Strode was terrorised by Michael Myers at 'Halloween', she comes to her final confrontation with the masked killer who has haunted her life.
Strong bloody violence, gore.
A masked serial killer turns a horror-themed amusement park into his own personal playground
Johnny English is back as British Intelligence's last hope.
Mild comic violence, language.
American paratroopers discover a sinister Nazi experiment.
Strong bloody violence, gory images
An epic portrayal of the events surrounding the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre.
Moderate violence & language
Migo, a yeti living in the mountains with his tribe, encounters a human - previously believed to be a myth - he sets out in search of the legendary 'Smallfoot'.
Very mild threat, rude humour, language.
Darkness builds at the center of a world-renowned dance company.
Strong bloody violence & injury detail
The story revolves around Vijay, a taxi driver, who incidentally encounters a ghost who happens to become Vijay's co-passenger
The infamous Grinch decides to steal Christmas.
Mild slapstick & very mild bad language
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When Starr's best friend is killed, she finds her voice.
Moderate violence, drug and sex references, infrequent strong language.
Clara goes on an adventure in a strange parallel world.
One of Marvel's most enigmatic characters comes to the big screen.
Strong threat, horror, violence.
Hello, Manchester Great Northern!
Your ODEON Manchester Great Northern is within The Great Northern Development, make your way to the second floor where your entertainment experience is waiting to begin.
We can’t wait to see you!
ODEON Cinemas nearby:Manchester Trafford Centre (4.11 miles)
Monday to Thursday before 5pm
(except Bank Holidays)
Monday to Thursday from 5pm,
All day Friday to Sunday and Bank Holidays
12 years and under
Valid student card required
1 adult, 3 children or 2 adults, 2 children
*We charge you an online booking fee for booking your ticket online.
+ £1.00 All / + £4.00 Family
+ £1.00 per pair
Special prices for adults and kids.
Mid-morning screenings chosen from modern and classic cinema. Enjoy free tea and coffee before the screening and then relax and enjoy the film.
General Manager: Steve Gleave
ODEON Manchester Great Northern is a 16 screen multiplex cinema , inside historic The Great Northern development. The cinema screens and retail counters are situated on the second floor of the development; this is accessed via the Plaza floor in The Great Northern. You will find our box office on the plaza floor on the centre of the development.
An inspiring experience for all
We passionately believe the inspiring cinema experience should be open to all. When you come to see us at ODEON Manchester Great Northern, we’ll do all we can to make you feel welcome and comfortable – if there’s anything you need, just ask one of your cinema hosts.
Our cinema has full disabled access, so you can enjoy all our great facilities – from scrumptious snacks at our retail stands.
Our screens are all also fully accessible, with wheelchair spaces in each and infra red enabling Audio Description (film specific) or extra amplification via headset. As most are fitted with stadium-style seating, the wheelchair spaces tend to be near the middle or towards the front of the screen. All wheelchair spaces are accompanied by a companion seat.
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.
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.
orMon - Thurs 9am - 5pm
ODEON @ Manchester Great Northern offers 16 screens.
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.