Secret Cinema presents Dirty Dancing
  • West End

Secret Cinema Presents DIRTY DANCING

The year is 1963 and Kellerman's Resort is back for another summer of love! Step into the world of Dirty Dancing in this 4+ hour immersive experience of unparalleled proportions: dust off your dancing shoes with some cha cha lessons or enjoy live music with an exotic cocktail in hand as secret stories with memorable characters unfold around you. Rumours speak of secret rhythms just off the beaten path... do you dare to sneak out after dark? At the end of it all, you'll be able to enjoy a grand screening of Dirty Dancing beneath the stars!

What is Secret Cinema?

Secret Cinema bring your most loved stories to life through immersive experiences of unparalleled proportions. Expect an unforgettable evening as you get lost in the worlds of your favourite films.

How will we watch the film?

This outdoor Secret World will culminate in a grand screening of Dirty Dancing. We encourage you to simply lay down a blanket and enjoy the film beneath the stars.

Do you need to know/watch the film before you attend?

Some choose to study the film religiously to notice the finer details during the night. Others argue that this is the ultimate way to experience a film for the first time. We'll leave it up to you.

Do you need to go in character?

Yes, you will be expected to dress for the event. Ticket holders will be given exclusive access to a secret web experience that will prepare you for the evening, giving you all the information you need. After registering, you'll be given a bespoke character to dress as. This is your chance to get creative. It's an impressive sight and you'll want to be a part of it.

Secret Cinema will send your ticket to you directly within 9 days of booking this offer. They will contact you nearer the time with details of the secret web experience and more event information.

The Experience

This is an outdoor experience which will take place in a secret outdoor location in London (UK) Guests should come prepared for the prevailing weather and outdoor location. Sunscreen if hot! Sensible shoes too! Bring blankets to sit lay on.

Food and Drink are available at the event for purchase with a debit or credit card.

Doors are 5.30pm. Last entry 7.30pm Event ends at 11pm

COVID-19 Update

For updates see the Secret Cinema dedicated Frequently Asked Questions page.

Ticket

All tickets are issued as Standard entries and include a general admission to the experience as well as unallocated floor seating on grass.

Location (Meeting Point)

The meeting point will be revealed in the weeks before opening night (14th July), with plenty of time for guests to plan their journey.

The nearest station is located in London Underground Travel Zone 3 and has lift access from the platform to the street. Allow for average travel times to the meeting point of:

" From Kings Cross/St. Pancras: 30 minutes

" From Piccadilly Circus: 25 minutes

" From Waterloo: 30 minutes

" From Liverpool Street: 40 minutes

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