Secret Cinema Winter 2011/12 releases more tickets

Secret Cinema Lawrence of Arabia

At the beginning of November Secret Cinema launched its most ambitious run to date and its 17th production, selling more than 6,000 tickets in one day and 10,000 in one week! Unsurprisingly, following this mad dash, the December run completely sold out.

In the past they’ve screen Wim Wenders’ classic Wings Of Desire in amongst trapeze acts; a gunge-covered swining show of Bugsy Malone; a creepy blood-stained corridor and screening of Alien; Lawrence of Arabia to 15,000 bedouin wearing, camel bothering fans; and a staggering recreation of the film’s future-noir Los Angeles for a warehouse showing of Blade Runner.

The events, though centred around a screening of a film, are truly immersive and joyful ways to experience classics in a fashion that is evocative and exciting. Secret Cinema has a track record of dazzling audiences and putting on events that are truly special for casual film goers and movie buffs.

Fortunately, with many still clamouring for tickets, Secret Cinema have announced 20 more performances in 2012, starting on the 1st of January and running until the 22nd, so there’s still a chance – though I’d recommend acting fast – of getting to experience one of these acclaimed cinematic performances!

This event promises to take place on an ‘operatic’ scale in an unknown central London location! Who knows what surprises they’ve got up their sleeve?

You can book tickets for the extended run here:


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