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Dirty Dancing at at Secret Cinema

Dirty Dancing posterGET YOUR DANCING SHOES AND SPEND THE HOLIDAYS AT KELLERMAN’S IN THE SUMMER OF 1963

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

I’m scared of walking out of this room and never feeling the rest of my whole life the way I feel when I’m with you.

London, 30th March 1963 – This Summer, following huge demand, Secret Cinema brings back one of its most loved experiences of the past 5 years, creating a fully immersive world of Dirty Dancing in a secret outdoor London location. Audiences will book a room at Kellerman’s Holiday Resort, to follow Baby’s lead and dance like everyone is watching. They will be transported back to the Summer of 1963, to re-live this iconic film once more, off and on screen. Join Baby, Johnny and all of the staff at Kellerman’s for a long, hot Summer evening like no other.

Secret Cinema Presents Dirty Dancing

  • Dates: 15th, 16th, 17th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th July 2016
  • Arrival Times: from 6pm (Fridays) and 5pm (Saturdays & Sundays)
  • Pricing:
    • Adult Ticket (16+): £65 + bkg
    • Adult VIP Ticket (16+): £129 + bkg
    • Concession Ticket – Students with valid NUS/Student Card (16+): £38.5 + bkg

Location: Secret outdoor location in London. All shows are evening shows. The event is strictly for guests aged 16 or over.

Tickets are available now at www.secretcinema.org/.

In 2013, Future Cinema presented Dirty Dancing. A 12,000-strong audience of dance hungry Kellerman guests took over Hackney Downs Park for three exclusive nights of watermelons, romance and dirty mambos.

Find out what happened then by watching the below video

More from Secret Cinema:

Secret Cinema Presents 28 Days Later 14th April – 29th May. Tickets available from www.secretcinema.org/tickets.

 

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