The photos depict a dark setting that, along with the event’s website and marketing materials, appears to be inspired by the Cold War period. An office-style environment features bright white table and ceiling lamps, rooms marked 'Communication', 'Archive' and 'Operations', and retro telephones.
The images also capture copies of the Washington Post, which features in Secret Cinema’s online experience for guests.
The name of the film brought to life by the immersive group is still unknown, and as a Tell No-One production, will not be revealed to the press and public until the London series comes to an end on 21 March.
The production is also being staged in Moscow, fuelling theories of a Cold War-style experience. Attendees can expect a theatrical film screening brought to life by more than 30 actors, live music and 'spectacular' scenery.
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