A double dose of escapism in totally grand surroundingsThe Regent Street Cinema has its fair share of history. It was the first place in the country to ever show moving pictures, kickstarting British cinema with a screening of Cinematographe in 1896.
- Catch a double-bill of flicks by Wes Anderson, master of colour co-ordination and off-kilter comedy
- Kick off with the much-loved coming of age movie, Rushmore
- Then sit back and enjoy Oscar-winning comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel
- "A finely judged parable on the line between self delusion and reality." – New York Post (on Rushmore)
Back-to-back classics in an awesome picturehouse? Well, it'd be rude not to.