The definite article with names
The definite article is the word the. It is used before a noun to define it as something specific (e.g., something previously mentioned or known, something unique or something being identified by the speaker).
I'm the murderer.
(This means a specific murderer, i.e., the one previously discussed.)
Can we go to the park?
(The park is specific. It is known to the speaker and the listener.) Grammar
How to refer to it?
(In) At the 'Dream' cinema Cambridge English Dictionary please note the use of "the" in the examples.
In the band 'Abba' or just In ABBA. Example; The Blonde girl in Abba is very attractive. see Note 1.
With books and their titles (This a Duplicate and is more complicated ref to Previous answer )
at intermediate level or at the intermediate level both can be used although the meaning is slightly different. One is a general statement the other refers to a specific entity.
Note 1 The examples 1,3 and 4 using the word band have a completely different meaning and cannot be used in the form you have written.