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Regent Street Cinema in London dubbed “the birthplace of British cinema” but used as a lecture hall by the University of Westminster since 1980 has been restored at a cost of £6million including  a £1.5million Heritage Lottery Fund grant. The cinema is the site where the Lumière brothers first revealed their 'moving pictures' to the nation.

The 187-seat cinema is available for corporate hire for events and meetings. It is one of the few cinemas in the country to show 16mm and 35mm film, as well as the latest in 4K digital film. It is also equipped with a fully working Compton Organ. The Regent Street Cinema has a fully licensed bar.

Regent Street Cinema is attached to the University of Westminster in London’s Regent Street, a short walk from the Oxford Circus tube station.

Details: www.regentstreetcinema.com

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