True to their name, the notoriously tight-lipped team behind Secret Cinema won’t say a word about what to expect from the hugely popular film series’ twentieth instalment – beyond promising ‘the biggest cultural event of the year’. We can’t promise it will be that, exactly, but we can tell you Secret Cinema never fail in providing an exceedingly impressive alternative night out.
The film and theme is kept hush-hush until the day, but expect to see live music and DJs, hundreds of actors who recreate the film as you stumble across the set, food stalls and impressive set decoration. The effort these guys go to is definitely worth the ticket price, even at a hefty £43.50. Booking is most definitely essential.
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Many people leave the event too early without knowing what's coming later. You guys are missing a lot.
Couldn't disagree more with these comments. I went last night and it was absolutely brilliant, this was my first secret cinema and I've never been to anything like it in my life. The scale with which they have recreated elements of the film and the dedication and organisation that has gone into the event was epic. You are given complete freedom to explore everything and it may not be as "organised" as previous events sound but who cares. It can only be described as a festival of the film and I for one thought it was absolutely brilliant. Ticket price well worth the money imo.