Newcastle Odeon was a 2,602-seat cinema located at Pilgrim Street in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It opened as the Paramount Theatre in 1931 before being purchased by Odeon Cinemas in 1940. During the 1960s and 1970s it was also used for pop and rock concerts. The cinema closed in 2002 and is now in the process, with some surrounding buildings, of being demolished.
Remember When: Silver screen heyday of Newcastle Odeon
Cinema Treasures: Odeon Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle's Odeon cinema: Rare photos and original plans of city centre landmark
See old pictures from inside the Newcastle Odeon
On the Unfortunate Fate of Newcastle’s Old Odeon Cinema
Theatres Trust: Newcastle Odeon (Paramount)
Co-Curate NE: Odeon Cinema, Pilgrim Street - Newcastle
Newcastle Libraries's photos of The Paramount/Odeon Cinema
First up, a short video about the construction of the Paramount with an internal tour.
A slideshow of The paramount/Odeon through the years.
Photos taken during the demolition of The Odeon and surrounding buildings and then construction of the shipping container box park.
Are'nt you glad The Odeon Cinema was demolished to make way for the biggest shipping container box park outside of London.
Link to Evening Chronicle article
26th November 2017
2nd November 2017
12th October 2017
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30th August 2017
3rd August 2017
2nd July 2017
17th April 2017
4th April 2017
A partial collapse of some of The Odeon happened during the night before.
Scaffolding Collapse caught on film in Newcastle on Demolition Job
Shocking aftermath of Odeon cinema collapse
More information: Odeon cinema collapse in Newcastle: Pilgrim Street building 'crumbled' into street
3rd February 2017
6th February 2017