Second Ticket Release For Secret Cinema Presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Opened May The 4th, Star Wars Day & £11,000 Raised For The Refugee Council | The Fan Carpet

Second Ticket Release For Secret Cinema Presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Opened May The 4th, Star Wars Day & £11,000 Raised For The Refugee Council


05 May 2015

SECOND TICKET RELEASE FOR SECRET CINEMA PRESENTS STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK. OPENED MAY THE 4TH, STAR WARS DAY

Secret Cinema announced a second ticket release at its RebelX gathering on Monday, May 4th.

Over 3000 Star Wars fans attended the Secret Cinema event at London’s Alexandra Palace with DJ Yoda, Nightmares on Wax and special secret act Jamie Jones who joined forces for the Refugee Council, raising £11,000. 

Star Wars fans from across the UK gathered at the Secret Cinema May the 4th event.

Secret Cinema announced that the second ticket release for Secret Cinema presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back opened at 9pm BST this Bank Holiday Monday, May the 4th, the official Star Wars Day.

 

 

Following a phenomenal first release of tickets, Secret Cinema announced that more tickets were released for the show running from 4th June until 27th September in a secret London location. The biggest multi-sensory experience of the year will transport audiences into the worlds of Star Wars: A New Hope, ending with a presentation of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back for a total of 100 shows.

The May the Fourth RebelX event gathered 3000 members of the Rebel Alliance (Secret Cinema Star Wars tickets holders) with just a week’s notice, raising funds for the Refugee Council. Headliners included DJ Yoda’s intergalactic audiovisual world show,Nightmares on Wax and Jamie Jones.

Tickets for Secret Cinema presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back are available here

 

 

May the Fourth Be With You.

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ABOUT SECRET CINEMA
Creating large-scale cultural experiences in abandoned spaces, Secret Cinema fuses film, music, theatre and installations. Audiences explore ultra-immersive worlds where fiction and reality blur.

In 2007, Secret Cinema pioneered the form ‘Live Cinema’ by introducing site-specific, immersive cultural experiences. Breaking films – and recently music albums – into their constituent parts and marrying narratives with play-along action, Secret Cinema is a unique participatory social experience. Fuelled by a desire to fill the void left by an over-saturated technological world, it invites audiences to lose themselves in serendipitous, imaginary environments that challenge the way we perceive culture and social interaction. To date, over 300,000 people attended Secret Cinema’s events.
 
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