Friday, December 01, 2006

Now the Germans have an even smaller one

Just a few months ago, I wrote about the world's smallest cinema, Nottingham's Screenroom, situated a minute's walk from my flat. Well, it seems that that accolade now belongs to The Palastkino on Bahnhofstra├če in Radebeul, Germany, which opened on 30 October.

According to a report by Guinness World Records, it only seats 9 people, just under half the capacity of the Screenroom.


Blogger angel said...

now pray tell- what is the point of these tiny theatres?

2:13 pm  

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