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Secret Cinema is returning to London in April with an undisclosed film

Ellie Walker-Arnott

Secret Cinema will start a new run in London in April – and this time it’s keeping hush-hush about ALL the details. 

Unlike the current incarnation – where Londoners have been dressing up as children of the revolution and heading to ‘Montmartre’ for Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Moulin Rouge!’ – this is a Secret Cinema X: Tell No One, a more intimate venue, a shorter run and a much more secretive experience. 

Previous Secret Cinema X experiences have included ‘Casablanca’, and pre-releases of ‘Amy’ and ‘Searching for Sugar Man’.

This year, it will be an undisclosed film – ‘a thrilling new release by an award-winning director’ – at an undisclosed location between April 9 and 14.  

The only clues? ‘Dreamers, lovers, secret loves and thrillseekers’ are invited. Secret Cinema is describing it as a ‘sensual adventure’. And it’s also got something to do with poets and flowers.

‘The evening unfolds like a delicate flower to reveal a much darker secret,’ promoters said, before tweeting this line of poetry from Chilean writer Pablo Neruda (who also happens to be the subject of a film by an award-winning director...): ‘You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.’ 

Tickets are available from tomorrow (March 22) at 1pm. 

Here’s how to get the most out of Secret Cinema’s ‘Moulin Rouge!’


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