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It has 13 auditoria, ranging from 126 to 442 seats. All screens have Dolby Digital sound, and the two largest screens have DTS digital surround sound. In 2011 Odeon Cinemas had all 13 screens converted to digital using NEC digital cinema projectors, Doremi Servers and Unique System's Rosetta Bridge Theatre Management System. Seven of the screens are equipped for 3D projection with the RealD Cinema system.
Gallagher Group developed the Leisure Park at the end of the 1990s and contracted a major cinema chain to operate the multiplex. That chain withdrew before the cinema was completed, so Odeon Cinemas took over. The cinema opened on 6 July 2000, showing Stuart Little.[clarification needed] Odeon had closed the Bradford Odeon in June 2000 and closed the Odeon Cinema Leeds in 2001.
- Sutton, Colin (25 February 2006). "Bradford - Odeon 13-Screen Multiplex". A History of Bradford Cinemas. Retrieved 2 August 2015.
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