Thousands of adventure-seeking kids of 1980s America descended to Hawkins, Indiana. Population: 10,000…and a couple of Demogorgons too.
From Scoops Ahoy to the Palace Arcade, the Hideaway to Mirkwood; there were coke floats to devour, arcade high scores to beat, tunes to get down to and lifelong friendships to be made...
Hawkins residents were in for a shock when they visited Billy and Heather for a dinner party like no other. It was only a matter of time before they were drafted into his army of darkness.
When Hopper is away, El will play. If you made it into the woods then you were treated to a teenage shindig, some wild party moves… and a sudden paranormal freak out!
Beware: Restricted Entry! Those who made it out of the forbidden lab were sure to become whistleblowers and report what horrors they witnessed to the Hawkins Post.
Remember when the Flayed Army wiped out the town fair? Billy and his undead drove all of Hawkins to Brimborn steel works as the spooky spores of the Upside Down floated in their slipstream.
Best event I've ever gone to.
Blew. My. Mind.
WOW. WOW. WOW.
Eleven out of 10!
A MUST SEE
Ultimate 80s fantasy
Scary, funny, and nostalgic
Secret Cinema partnered with Child Line for this production. Through initiatives and audience donations, Secret Cinema helped raise money to support children under the age of 19 who have nowhere else to turn to. This initiative is part of an ongoing commitment to support the vital work of charities, which has seen Secret Cinema raise over £130,000 since 2015.
Over £32,000 raised
Secret Cinema’s Community Engagement programme allowed over 700 local students, teachers and stakeholders the opportunity to travel back in time to 1985.
Over the course of 3 months Secret Cinema delivered the following free workshops & classes on our production stages:
Lego & Raising Robots as our Education partners, hosted 3 unique immersive engineering workshops, allowing students to engage with coding and robotics in a dynamic environment.