Odeon 7 Screen Multiplex Cinema, Plas Coch, Wrexham.

Odeon Plas Coch

Odeon 7 screen Multiplex Cinema

Plas Coch Retail Park, Plas Coch Road,

Wrexham, LL11 6TE


Owners:  Odeon Cinemas Holdings Ltd.

Contractors:  G F Holdings, Cheshire.

Capacity: 1289 seats over 7 screens, ranging from 364 per screen to 112 per screen.

Opened on 4th December 1997.

Primary first film shown (Screen 1): ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ starring Pierce Brosnan and Jonathan Pryce.

First manager: Andrew Price      Final manager: Andrew Elvis

Chief projectionist: Peter Davies.

Closed  on Thursday 12th March 2009. (business transferred to a new site at Eagles Meadow).

Odeon Plas Coch

The retail until was originally ear marked as a pet food store. However, Odeon Cinemas eager to quickly expand their multiplex cinema business negotiated the lease. The uninspired exterior appearance gave way to a large rotunda entrance hall. The seven screens had a total seating capacity of 1259 seats. Offering cinema goers hundreds of free car parking spaces. The cinema proved to be a huge success.


ODEON multiplex cinema on the Plas Coch Retail Parc.

Odeon, Plas Coch. Main entrance foyer