New Dublin cinema to host 'three-storey screen'

New Dublin cinema to host 'three-storey screen'

The largest cinema group in Europe has announced further details of its new complex at the Point Village in Dublin.

Odeon, which is opening its first Irish cinema on March 27, with the creation of 45 new jobs, says it will be bringing the first 'ISENSE' giant screen in the UK and Ireland with it.

ISENSE allows the viewer to watch events on a supersized screen, three stories high, with 3D sound.

Odeon's Point Village cinema complex will boast six screens and more than 1,000 seats.

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