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Secret Cinema announces Casino Royale as next event

It will mark the largest indoor event yet, with an audience of 1,500 taking part each night

Friday 30 November 2018 09:47
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Casino Royale (2006) - Trailer

Secret Cinema has revealed its next immersive cinema experience – its take on James Bond, one of the most successful British film franchises ever.

Guests will have a chance to step into the world of Casino Royale (2006), which first introduced Daniel Craig as 007 and saw him foil a terrorist organisation planning to raise funds through a high stakes poker game.

The film, directed by Martin Campbell, also starred Eva Green as a Bond girl with a difference, Vesper Lynd, and Mads Mikkelsen as villain Le Chiffre.

Guests will be recruited as part of "Operation Wild Card", joining either Q Branch or M Branch, and will receive an alias, dress code, and training suggestions to help them prepare for their high stakes mission.

With previous events bringing to life the worlds of Blade Runner and Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet, Secret Cinema's take on Casino Royale will mark the largest indoor event yet, with an audience of 1,500 taking part in the show each night.

Angus Jackson, Creative Director of Secret Cinema presents Casino Royale said: “We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to bring-to-life such an iconic film franchise and character. 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 before.

The event will open on 29 May 2019 and run into the summer, based in a secret London location.

Tickets will go on sale at 12:00 (GMT) on 6 December. The experience will run between Wednesday - Sunday each week, with tickets priced between £40 - £175 plus booking fees.

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