Secret Cinema to extend its production of Stranger Things

Secret Cinema to extend its production of Stranger Things

Secret Cinema have just announced they will be extending their production of the critically acclaimed Stranger Things production through until March 1st.

Secret Cinema Presents Stranger Things has played to thousands of attendees since opening last November, allowing fans of the Netflix show to venture into the suburban town of Hawkins and the supernatural world of 'The Upside Down'.

Creative Director of Secret Cinema Presents Stranger Things, Matthew Bennett, said: "Our world of Hawkins has bloomed into such vivid life. We feel so much pleasure and gratitude seeing more and more people wanting to experience our most immersive production to date."

Filming for season four of Stranger Things is due to begin this month, with hopes it will be released on the streaming platform before the end of the year. A photo of the script for the first episode of season four was released late last year by the writers, revealing the title to be 'Chapter One: The Hellfire Club'.

Secret Cinema announced last month they would be returning to Dirty Dancing in July of this year, with initial plans to run the production for two weeks. On their social media channels they have already started teasing the possibility of a running a smaller Tell No One production, although nothing is confirmed as of yet.

You can book tickets for Secret Cinema Presents Stranger Things here. The production will run between Wednesday to Sunday each week, with tickets priced from £49 + booking fees. Matinee performances run every Saturday for young adults (15+), with tickets priced at £35 + booking fees. 


Stranger Things (2016–)
Dir: N/A | Cast: David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Winona Ryder | Writers: Matt Duffer, Ross Duffer

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