You'd be a daft creature to miss this one
Take a step into British cinematic history at the Regent Street Cinema. Britain's oldest cinema, it was the first place in the country to ever show moving pictures. It kickstarted British cinema with a screening of Cinematographe in 1986. Now, you can catch a special double musical screening there, with A Hard Day's Night and Eden. This double-bill spans 30 years as The Beatles put guitar against the synthesiser of 90s Parisian dance music. A Hard Day's Night reconceived the movie musical, with the bandmates playing exuberent versions of themselves in their heyday. Eden, on the other hand, is an affecting trip into the electronic dance movement in Paris based on the experience of Mia Hansen-Love’s brother Sven, with a Daft Punk soundtrack. These are two very different films – both are bloody brilliant. "Pop perfection." – Wall Street Journal (on A Hard Day's Night) "A remarkable film which drums to its own beat." (on Eden) Over 15s only. Valid ID required.
"Comes bouncing at you from every angle, rubbery and untameable with the joys of teenagehood."