Attendees will visit a secret London location, only to be transported to the town of Hawkins, Indiana and its supernatural shadow, ‘The Upside Down’.
The experience will draw from all three seasons of the Netflix series, with the third outing set to debut on 4 July, and has been created as an official collaboration with Netflix.
And, since Secret Cinema events always involve attendees dressing up and getting into the spirit, that means you’ll get to don your very best 1980s look.
The event will also offer audiences more time to explore the experience, with deeper immersion and more participation than ever before.
Fabien Riggall, Creator of Secret Cinema said: “Stranger Things is a magical and wonderful creation that takes the audience on a ride into a dreamlike 80’s wonderland. We are really excited to bring the format of Secret Cinema into the Duffer Brothers richly created world.”
“We believe passionately in bringing people together in a physical environment away from their screens and this is the perfect world in which to launch our TV strand. Be prepared to be relocated to Hawkins!”
Secret Cinema Presents Stranger Things opens on Wednesday,13 November and will run until the end of the year. The production will run between Wednesday – Sunday each week, with tickets priced from £49+ booking fees.
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The event will also be open for young adults. Each Saturday, there will be a matinee performance for audiences aged 15 and up from 1:30pm. Tickets for the matinee experience will start at £35 + booking fees.
Tickets will go on general sale at 12pm on Tuesday, 28 May 2019. Tickets are now available from an O2 Priority pre-sale. Details can be found here.
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