Month-long project to start on Halloween, running to Dec 2.

Following their successful run for Prometheus earlier this year, Secret Cinema have announced that their next production is set to run from Oct 31-Dec 2 at a secret London location.

Secret Cinema’s Prometheus saw them transform a warehouse near Euston into a space station and attracted over 25,000 people over its month-long, 38 screenings run.

Tickets for the new production will go on sale tomorrow at 1pm from their official website.

Over this past weekend, Future Cinema - the creators of Secret Cinema - remade Barnes Common in South London into Rydell High for their production of Grease which saw over 9,000 people attend, with events including an audience singalong to ‘Summer Loving’ and classic American high school food, such as chilli cheese fries and hot dogs, served.

Fabien Riggall [pictured], Creative Director and Founder of Future Cinema commented: “Future Cinema believe in the power of experience, community and the magic of cinema. We see a shift where people are looking to be transported into the world of the film and become part of it. We believe that this is part of the future of the cinema experience.”