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What's OnEaster Afternoon Tea and family films at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square

Looking for ways to celebrate Easter with your family? Enjoy a family favourite film paired with an Afternoon Tea in the UK’s first Dolby Cinema.
  • Dates 06/04/2019 - 06/04/2019
  • Location 24-26 Leicester Square, WC2H 7JY
  • Price £££
Calling all film loving familiesIf you’re looking for a super special treat to celebrate your Easter holidays, why not discover ODEON Luxe in Leicester Square?Offering Afternoon Tea in the luxurious Oscar’s Bar from £29.95 for two people, it’s the best place to relax over Easter.Served daily until 6pm, sample a selection of sandwiches, desserts and tea or coffee.For the grown-ups, add a touch of sparkle to your tea with a Lily’s afternoon tea, including a glass of Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial champagne or a Lily’s Pink Gin Spritz for £10 more per person.To reserve your table, call 0333 014 4501 to speak to a member of the ODEON Luxe Leicester Square team.Looking for a little inspo of what to watch this Easter? Keep scrolling, we’ve picked the freshest films of the moment.The UK's only Dolby cinemaAfter your tea, you’ll be ready to settle down to watch the next smash-hit movie.Offering the ultimate cinematic experience, the ODEON Luxe Leicester Square is the very first Dolby Cinema in the UK. There’s truly no where better for all you film fanatics!Using state of the art Dolby Cinema technology, this ODEON cinema is one of a kind. The Dolby Atmos surround sound system ensures you get the best sound no matter where you sit. The Dolby Vision captivates audiences using dramatic imaging using technology never seen before!So, what are you waiting for? Treat your film loving family to a whole host of family-friendly films.

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