The Regent Picture Theatre on the corner of Maitland Road and Beaumont St in Islington was built on the site of Herbert's Pictures No2 Show which was opened in 1911 by William Herbert, the owner of picture theatres in Hamilton, Broadmeadow, Islington and Newcastle. Apparently a popular venue, even though it didn't have a roof until a year later. see story thanks @Carol Duncan http://www.abc.net.au/local/photos/2012/05/07/3497267.htm
"If you watch the way you use speech in your own life, you will notice that most of your speech takes you out of the present moment into the past or future… Words are often used as fences to keep us from being with one another." — Swami Ajaya
Personal photography on RAF service installations in 1940 was prohibited, which did not prevent P/O Herbert L "Laurie" Whitbread (pictured) from taking secret snaps at dawn readiness at RAF Kirton-in-Lindsey of Sgt Reginald B "Reg" Johnson beside Spitfire Mk I ZD-P that the former 26-year-old pilot flew on most patrols over Dunkirk from RAF Hornchurch between 28 May and 3 June. The coeval pilot sergeant then returned the favour.