The experience is being billed as the immersive film company's first foray into horror. Secret Cinema is currently staging its latest Tell No-One event in the capital, the details of which are being kept tightly under wraps.
The London event will kick off at an undisclosed location on 14 April and run until 29 May. Tickets will go on sale tomorrow (3 March) at 1pm.
As for the second location, the experiential group will post clues to its whereabouts 'on buildings'.
Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later was released in 2002. It depicts a post-apocalyptic London, and the lives of those trying to survive as a zombie-like disease grips the city.
Fabien Riggall, founder and creative director of Secret Cinema, said: "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."
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