I had no idea what the word 'Odeon' meant until reading a blog post about the closure of the Odeon Cinema in Western Super Mare, while watching the Disney+ series 'Welcome to Wrexham' and seeing a film premier of 'Free Guy' taking place at the Odeon Cinema in Wrexham and wondering just what the word Odeon meant.
|Weston-super-Mare’s beloved but slightly neglected |
Odeon Theatre, is shutting its doors on 5th June
Welcome to the Wrexham Rabbit-hole in 2023, the Year of the Rabbit?⚽🕳🐇🐉
I have my own memories of seeing 'Free Guy' at the cinema, but not at an Odeon Cinema, as our Odeon in Brisbane closed its doors in 1976.
My favourite Brisbane cinema was the Regent -Fantales and Synchromysticism in the Age of IMDB?
A Free Double Pass to Free Guy?
|Free Guy (2021)|
Odeon means a building for singing or singing place, which seems appropriate for the Western Super Mare Odeon to be screening 'The Little Mermaid' as a siren song.
I think that just might be Chris Knowles favourite current movie;-) -
Knowles Sinks Again with His Secret Sun Box Office Projections?🌊🎥🎬😎
|Enter the Odeon and breathe in a|
tangible part of Hobart's story
My Pick of Dark Mofo Would Have to be Chelsea Wolfe
|Built in 1864, Wrexham's home is the oldest international|
football stadium which still hosts international games
The Roman Circus Never Ended?🤡🌍🕳🎪🌎🏇🎠🌏