Danny Boyle's '28 Days Later' will be taken on by Secret Cinema in April.
The company behind last year's widely successful 'Star Wars' events have announced their next cinematic extravaganza will feature the English director's zombie title.
It will be the first time the organisation brings the experience - which is usually held in secret locations around the capital - nationwide, as movie-lovers will be invited to enjoy a special viewing of the 2002 British cult classic film April 14 to May 29.
Tickets go on sale from Thursday (03.03.16).
Andrew Macdonald, producer of '28 Days Later' commented: "Secret Cinema never fails to amaze with their experiences, and it's exciting to see them tackle their first ever horror."
The plot is set in post-apocalyptic London and Cillian Murphy stars as survivor Jim, who has to navigate the city's now deserted streets; as he wakes from a coma to find an epidemic virus has resulted in total societal collapse turning people into flesh-eating monsters.
Expect plenty of abandoned buildings and hordes of the undead; as Secret Cinema launches its first nationwide event, hosting shows both in London and another, yet to be revealed city.
Fabien Riggall, Founder and Creative Director of Secret Cinema, said the film was chosen because it is a "true British horror classic", adding: "We look forward to creating a suitably frightening and exhilarating experience."