Secret Cinema, the revolutionary cinematic experience, returns on February 15th to an undisclosed, top secrey location.

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Following the success of Ghostbusters last November, where London’s Horticultural Hall and Brighton’s Corn Exchange were transformed into 1980s New York in the midst of ectoplasmic meltdown, Secret Cinema are rocking their biggest comeback yet. There will be two shows, matinee and evening.

As usual, it all remains strictly, well…secret.

For those who aren’t already in the know: Secret Cinema offers a unique cinematic experience. The locations of the screenings are only revealed on the morning of the event to those who have signed up in advance at the Secret Cinema website

Cinematic thrill seekers are treated to an awe-inspiring experience courtesy of Future Cinema and Nokia. Past clandestine screenings have seen live rescores, special guests, installation artists, musicians and performers. The top-secret films uniquely possess each location. Sites have ranged from derelict theatres to city rooftops; whilst the films can be anything from exclusive previews to time honoured favourites.

“With Secret Cinema we want our guests to feel like they’re actually stepping into the movie. It’s for film lovers who want more cinematic stimulation than can be found at their local multiplex and this Secret Cinema is going to be the biggest and best yet.” – Fabien Riggall – Founder and Director – Secret Cinema.