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Five tips to get the most out of your Secret Cinema experience

Posted at 10:30 am, May 14, 2013 in Arts & Entertainment, Secret London
SECRET CINEMA © Laura Little

After a false start when the first few nights were cancelled, we finally made it to the new production of Secret Cinema this weekend. And yes, it was worth the wait. As always, we are sworn to secrecy on pretty much everything (hence the ‘official’ press photos here, and the lack of silly Vines of me dicking around – sorry!). But we can share our few cryptic clues to ensure you have an awesome night.

Prepare to travel
Unlike the past few fairly central locations, this time Secret Cinema have ventured further into the outer regions of London. Top up your oyster card and buy a magazine for the journey.

SECRET CINEMA © Laura Little

As any SC veterans will know, you have the most fun when you really have a good old nose around. Go through every door, chat to everyone you meet, embrace all silliness and fun is guaranteed.

Keep going higher
Just when you think you’ve reached the top, there is more fun to be had even higher up. My favourite floor was the penthouse and the view was rather special at sunset.

SECRET CINEMA © Hanson Leatherby

Follow your dreams not the screens
This mantra is repeated as you walk around. However, we would recommend that you do actually pay some attention to the screens as the night progresses. This isn’t your traditional cinema-going experience, so be prepared to watch the film in different ways than you’re used to, and be warned that you may not actually see the entire film if you’re easily distracted…

SECRET CINEMA © Al Overdrive

Take lots of cash
You can’t bring anything in with you and food and booze isn’t cheap so have a tipple before you come and bring some cash for tasty cocktails.

This Secret Cinema production is going on until June 9. Find out more and buy tickets to Secret Cinema now. 

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