The Red Dragon Centre is an indoor entertainment complex in southern Cardiff, the capital of Wales. It was originally known as the Atlantic Wharf Leisure Village, when it opened in 1997. The complex features restaurants, cafés, a Hollywood Bowl with arcade amusements, an Odeon multiplex cinema, a casino and an on-site car park.
The centre opened in 1997 as the Atlantic Wharf Leisure Village. The centre was renamed after the Cardiff radio station, Red Dragon FM, which has since been rebranded as Capital FM South Wales, whose studios are also in the complex.
The multiplex cinema was originally managed by United Cinemas International (UCI). However, in 2004 Odeon and UCI were bought by private equity firm, Terra Firma, and the two companies were merged under the Odeon name.