It’s difficult to imagine two worlds colliding better than those of Secret Cinema and Casino Royale. Both covert operations rely on the precise skill of their agents, the opulence of their landscapes and the danger in their entertainment.
Since launching in 2007, the grass-roots screenings have grown into staggering theatrical productions and the 12 years of cross-medium creativity feeds into Casino Royale. The show, like many of its predecessors, begins with a mission, but it’s the first time this mission feels essential. Guests are given strict instructions, both to follow their individual operation and to interact with the people around them.
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