'Birthplace' of cinema hidden in university
A London cinema, used by the Lumiere brothers to show their first ever moving picture show in the UK, is to be restored.
The 200-seat Regent Street Cinema started business in 1896, but is now used as a lecture theatre within the University of Westminster.
The BBC's Wendy Hurrell has taken a look around the "birthplace" of British cinema.
- From the section Entertainment & Arts