Future Cinema Presents The Shawshank Redemption


The State of Oak Hampton faces yet again a serious-crime wave following reports of an incoming snow-storm. To counteract the State’s fall into debauchery and vice, Warden Samuel Norton of the Oak Hampton Penitentiary revives his acclaimed rehabilitation programme. Over the course of two months in late 2012, more than 13,500 prisoners were rehabilitated and released without any known relapses.

Following the sold-out Secret Cinema production of The Shawshank Redemption (October 31st – December 2nd 2012), Future Cinema reopened the production last Thursday, January 10th, with an extended run until February 24th.

The Old Cardinal Pole School (formerly a French Protestant hospital) is transformed into the Shawshank Penitentiary, where for a limited time only, audiences can spend an evening in jail. Serving time in one of the most corrupt and formidable penitentiaries in the state, parole is granted to those who redeem themselves by displaying good conduct and joining the various cultural activities in the prison.

Secret Cinema - Shawshank Redemption. 29 November 2012


Secret Cinema - Shawshank Redemption

For the first time, a Secret Cinema production re-opens as a Future Cinema project from 10th January – 24th February 2013. Tickets available on www.futurecinema.co.uk/tickets 

If you’ve never been to Future Cinema / Secret Cinema you need to experience it, you will not regret it.



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