Secret Cinema: When is the immersive Casino Royale screening and how can I get tickets?

Daniel Craig's 007 debut latest to receive live experience treatment

Joe Sommerlad
Friday 30 November 2018 15:02
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Secret Cinema has announced its next screening event will be Casino Royale (2006).

Martin Campbell’s James Bond adventure, which marked Daniel Craig’s debut as 007, superbly relaunched the long-running spy franchise with memorable supporting turns from Eva Green and Mads Mikkelsen.

The latest immersive experience from Secret Cinema, which has previously presented Blade Runner (1982) and Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet (1996) amongst others, will offer attendees the chance to take part in “Operation Wild Card”, joining either Q Branch or M Branch and receiving an alias, dress code and training regime.

“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to bring to life such an iconic film franchise and character,” said Angus Jackson, creative director.

Casino Royale is a rich territory for us to explore from the characters to the plot and locations. Our audience will be given the opportunity to understand what it takes to embody modern espionage – bringing them closer to the Bond experience than ever.”

The event will represent Secret Cinema’s biggest indoor show to date and is expected to attract 1,500 people each night.

When are Secret Cinema’s Casino Royale screenings taking place?

The showcase will open on 29 May 2019 and run into the summer, based in an undisclosed London location.

It will be staged from 6pm to 11pm on Wednesday to Saturday every week for the duration and on Sundays from 4pm to 9pm.

No phones or recording devices will be permitted inside to ensure the secrecy is upheld.

How can I get tickets for the film?

Tickets go on sale for the Casino Royale shows at 12 noon on 6 December via the company’s website.

It will not be cheap, however, with entry priced between £40 and £79 for standard passes and £125 and £175 for VIP plus booking fees.

The organisers promise those who sign up will spend the evening “sipping martinis while scoping out the casino and unravel the dark underworld of the most infamous criminal organisation.”

“This is the closest you will get to living the film”, they promise.

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