If you live in or near to Orpington or the BR5 area, you are one of the lucky ones as you have an Odeon Cinema! Not all towns can boast about having a cinema.
The Odeon Orpington is a state-of-the-art chain cinema for blockbuster films in 2-D or 3-D format, plus it offers family and student deals. It is located in The Walnuts Shopping Centre, Orpington, Kent BR6 0TW.
The Walnuts Shopping Centre is a 15 min drive from Junction 4 off of the M25 and we have a 525 space multi storey car park which provides easy access to the centres retailers offering safe and convenient parking for you. Open daily from 6am – 1am.
3 Hours free parking at the Walnuts Shopping Centre car park when you validate your parking ticket in the cinema.
At the time of writing this, Paddington 2 has just been released. The Odeon says “Paddington 2 continues the adventures of the little bear from darkest Peru, now that he’s a permanent member of the Brown family and a popular member of the local community.” The Odeon continues by saying, “His Aunt Lucy’s 100th birthday is coming up, and he’s trying to find the perfect present for her. A unique, antique book could be exactly what he needs – but when a dastardly thief snatches it, it’s up to Paddington and the Browns to catch him and get it back.” Paddington will no doubt get himself into trouble!
A Bad Moms Christmas
Also showing is A Bad Mom’s Christmas. This is the sequel to the 2016’s smash hit comedy, and Yep, you’ve guessed it, it is getting near that time. The Odeon says “We reunite with Amy, Kiki and Carla for ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’, which finds them sick of the challenges of the holiday and keen to actually enjoy it for once.” The Odeon continues by saying, “if creating the perfect Christmas wasn’t hard enough already, they have a new problem to deal with this year: their own mothers are coming to visit. And with the stress becoming even more ridiculous, they’re more determined than ever to have some fun for a change.”
Murder On The Orient Express
Agatha Christie’s classic Hercule Poirot is back on the big screen in this lavishly produced film directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot himself. The Odeon says “a luxurious train journey through Europe turns deadly in ‘Murder On The Orient Express’, forcing legendary detective Hercule Poirot to solve the case and find out whodunit.” The Odeon continue “The motive is mysterious, and practically everyone on the train is a suspect. It’s a fiendishly difficult puzzle to solve, and Poirot’s now in a race against time to catch the killer before they can make their escape.” The film has a star cast including Judi Dench, Josh Gad, Daisy Ridley and Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot himself.
Only The Brave
Only The Brave is based on the real life events of June 2013, where a group of elite firefighters met their with the Yarnell Hill Fire. The Odeon says about the film “Sparked off by a lightning strike, the fire quickly grew and threatened to consume everything nearby.” They go onto to say “The Hotshots leapt into action to try and stop it from destroying their home, and many of them gave their lives to protect other people from the fire.” The film stars Josh Brolin, Jennifer Connelly and Taylor Kitsch.
Thor, The God of Thunder, returns in Thor: Ragnarok, a race against time to stop the destruction of Asgard at the hands of the ruthless, incredibly powerful Hela. The Odeon says about this film “Hela has destroyed Thor’s mighty hammer Mjolnir and hurled him to the other side of the universe.” The Odeon goes on to stay “He has to get back and stop her – but first, he finds himself imprisoned and forced to fight in a gladiatorial arena. His opponent: the Incredible Hulk!”. Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo, and introducing Cate Blanchett to Marvel’s universe as the villainous Hela.
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