1902, from Greek oideion "building for musical performance."
Still, odeon—one of Europe's largest chains—says it won't show the film on its screens in Britain, Ireland, and Italy.
M. Mouillard talked only on indifferent subjects during our brief walk from the Rue Soufflot to catch the omnibus at the odeon.
It was the searchlight from the new odeon theatre, she remembered.
Besides, in the event of bad weather, he could sleep in a box at the odeon Theater, as he had already done before.
Still following the chalk marks, Lecoq now reached the odeon theatre.
The passages of the odeon do not live by night, each day they are real, a few hours.
I confess that I have a preference for the smaller theatre which has been called the odeon.
According to his ideas, Deborah, the tragedienne at the odeon—a Greek statue!
The day after that wretched evening at the odeon, I went to inquire about my cousin.
The pampas of America would please me if I had not the arcades of the odeon.