**URGENT PUBLIC HEALTH ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE NSH REGARDING THE RECENT OUTBREAK OF THE RAGE VIRUS**
The Outbreak Research and Development Centre has identified a new
virus that appears to be spreading across parts of the UK. The virus,
which has been named the Rage Virus, has been identified as a virulent
blood-borne infection that is thought to have spread from an animal
The government has issued an urgent call out for all citizens to
report to their nearest vaccination centres for treatment. If you know
of people who have not yet booked their vaccination you must urge them
to get in touch with the NSH immediately.
Following recent budgetary cuts to the National Service for Health
there is a limited vaccination programme. All members of public have
been urged to visit NSH to book their appointments.
The NSH recommends to follow the Rage Virus development closely.
The BBCC has regular national broadcasts for the safety and
security of all residents.
SECRET CINEMA PRESENTS 28 DAYS LATER
Secret Cinema’s presents their first ever horror experience with
Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later. The show begins on 14th April, but the
audience experience begins now, with ticket holders receiving the
first communication that launches the pre-narrative. Secret Cinema has
built a unique website nsh-england.org.uk where users can
interact and follow the story of the Rage Virus as it spreads. Added
to this are the BBCC news reports, which will bring breaking coverage
to the public and audience members so they can fully experience a
viral outbreak and the post-apocalyptic world to come.
ABOUT SECRET CINEMA
Creating large-scale cultural experiences in abandoned spaces, Secret
Cinema fuses film, music, theatre and installations. Audiences explore
ultra-immersive worlds where fiction and reality blur.
In 2007, Secret Cinema pioneered the form ‘Live Cinema’ by
introducing site-specific, immersive cultural experiences. Breaking
films – and recently music albums – into their constituent parts
and marrying narratives with play-along action, Secret Cinema is a
unique participatory social experience. Fuelled by a desire to fill
the void left by an over-saturated technological world, it invites
audiences to lose themselves in serendipitous, imaginary environments
that challenge the way we perceive culture and social interaction. To
date, over 420,000 people attended Secret Cinema’s events.