Category: Film


There are less than 28 days to go till Secret Cinema gets a lot darker as it enters an entirely new genre. Amidst much speculation we can now reveal that the next movie to receive the Secret Cinema treatment is Danny Boyle’s 2002 British cult classic, 28 Days Later.

The post apocalyptic thriller, often attributed to reinvigorating the entire zombie genre on a whole, stars Cillian Murphy as Jim, a bicycle courier who awakes from a coma to find that a virus has spread amongst the populace, all but resulting in complete societal collapse. The narrative then unfolds to follow the journey of Jim as he struggles to come to terms with what has happened and, ultimately, survive in a London that has been torn apart by the infected.

The 28 Days Later show will also act as the nationwide launch of Secret Cinema at this scale. Alongside the shows in London, another secret city will also be home to the experience.

Andrew Macdonald, producer of 28 Days Later said:

“Secret Cinema never fails to amaze with their experiences, and it’s exciting to see them tackle their first ever horror. London prepare.”

Macdonald, the film’s director Danny Boyle, as well as screenwriter Alex Garland, support the project and are excited about Secret Cinema’s approach.

Fabien Riggall, Founder and Creative Director of Secret Cinema said:

“Secret Cinema is excited to step into the world of horror with Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later, a true British horror classic - we look forward to creating a suitably frightening and exhilarating experience. Secret Cinema’s expansion over the last nine years has been remarkable, we’ve now created experiences in New York and Berlin, as well as the many in London. But this will be a turning point for us as we embark upon our very first UK nationwide production.”

Secret Cinema will return from 14th April 2016 to 29th May 2016 and tickets will go on sale at 1pm on Thursday, 3rd March 2016 via the Secret Cinema website:

The 28 Days Later show will be part of the Secret Cinema Presents series and the first major show in 2016 following the huge success of Star Wars. It follows the critically acclaimed Secret Cinema “Tell No One” production (February-March) which reveals neither the title nor the location of the film.

More details on location for 28 Days Later will be revealed in due course but until then, repent, the end is extremely nigh.

Lexus has introduced the new Lexus RX with a cool concept video featuring Jude Law. Filmed in 360º video using 80 GoPro cameras you can direct the view as you wish during this 6 minute immersive theatre experience.

Guests were told they would turn up to see the new Lexus and instead they got thrown into a feature film experience where they were the stars and Jude Law guided them along the way. The unique-ness of the film reflects the unique qualities of the new Lexus RX which has a sculpted body, 20-inch customisable wheels and razor sharp design. 


The unsuspecting guests are congratulated on their stellar performances, given the Lexus to drive to their very own red carpet ceremony and then watch the swiftly edited film played back to them at their private ‘screening’. During the test drive of the car the London audience members encounter a multi-sensory world of luxury, excitement and thrills - the factors that the new Lexus effortlessly embodies. The new Lexus RX is perfect for those who understand the importance of making an impression; successfully encapsulating contemporary luxury lifestyle. We are loving the new shape and sleek design, it’s a great city car for swooping around London streets and looking pretty slick whilst doing so. A perfect car for city life, keeping things at an aspirational level but still affordable, just the space the WJ London and it’s readers like to occupy!


Regent Street Cinema is hosting a delightful deal for all of those hopeless romantics to enjoy on Valentine’s Day! With Roman Holiday and Breakfast at Tiffany’s playing on Sunday 14 February (2pm and 4.30pm), you can take advantage of a one-off deal to have two complimentary glasses of bubbles with every pair of tickets. Enjoy the classic Audrey Hepburn movies in Britain’s first ever cinema, and with a free fizz to relax with! 

Find out more here.

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Pillow Cinema announces January & February line-up at Sutton House

After a brilliant festive run, London’s cosiest cinema experience returns to the historic surrounds of the National Trust's Tudor home in the heart of Hackney with an exciting selection of films this January & February.

Screening a variety of critically acclaimed recent releases, thought provoking documentaries and well loved classics, Pillow Cinema's current lineup includes: Suffragette, Straight Outta Compton, Black Mass & The Lobster

“Everyone loves to snuggle up and watch a film, and we created Pillow Cinema as our tribute to cuddly film watching on a grand scale.” says Asher Charman, Founder of Pillow Cinema.  

“With Sutton House we've found a wonderfully warm and cosy space to relax and watch a great selection of films”

For those who are looking for something a little more romantic, Valentine's Day features a great selection of alternative love stories... Moonrise Kingdom, boy meets girl, I Love You, Phillip Morris, boy meets boy, and Crazy, Stupid, Love, girl meets Ryan Gosling. 

The shows are on sale now and will be released every two weeks. The current listings are below, and tickets are available via our website -

Beanbags are priced at £27.50 and can accommodate up to two people - so £13.75 each when shared. More traditional upright seats are available on the balcony for just £7.50.

Sutton House is a licensed venue so guests can grab tasty drinks and snacks from the bar.


Full film line-up:


Fri 29th :
Suffragette @ 19:10 / Trainwreck @ 21:30

Sat 30th :
Everest @ 16:00 / Black Mass @ 18:30 / Straight Outta Compton @ 21:00


Wed 3rd :
The Look of Silence @ 19:10 / Sicario @ 21:30

Fri 5th: 

Macbeth @ 19:10 / The Walk @ 21:30

Sat 6th:

Eden @ 16:00 / Legend @ 18:45 / Pretty Woman @ 21:30

Tue 9th :

Fargo @ 19:10 /  The Lobster @ 21:30

Wed 10th:  

Frances Ha @ 19:10 / Love & Mercy @ 21:30

Fri 12th :

Suffragette @ 19:10 / Everest @ 21:30

Sat 13th :

The Lobster @ 16:00 / The Martian @ 18:30

Sun 14th :

Moonrise Kingdom @ 16:00 / I Love You, Phillip Morris @ 18:15 / Crazy, Stupid, Love @ 20:30


Tickets on sale here:

See the video of Pillow Cinema at the former Shoreditch Underground here

hear kanye wests new album first at VueGod knows what it will be like - it could be genius, it could be God awful but you can watch the world premiere of Kanye West’s seventh studio album in its entirety at Vue across the country on Thursday 11th February 2016.

Screened live from New York’s Madison Square Garden, this is the first time music fans and Kanye enthusiasts alike will hear the record, which will be accompanied by a breath-taking performance curated by celebrated Italian contemporary artist, Vanessa Beecroft.

The long awaited “best album of all time” will be played to a live audience on Thursday evening in New York City, while fans across the UK can see the 90 minute performance at a selection of Vue cinemas from 9.15pm.

Kevin Styles, UK and Ireland MD, Vue commented: “We pride ourselves on bringing unique events to our cinemas for the best in big screen entertainment, and are delighted to be able to give our customers exclusive access to Kanye West’s album premiere. Set to be an unforgettable performance, the much-anticipated launch of Kanye’s latest record is guaranteed to provide fans with the best seat in the house for an experience like no other”. 

Ticket prices start at £15.00 for those outside London, and £17.50 for those in London and can be secured now by visiting