Underground Cinema

Launched in 2009, and the first of its kind in Australia, Underground Cinema is a secret, live, immersive cinema experience held in undisclosed locations in Melbourne and Sydney.

UGC believes in challenging perceptions and merging traditional forms of storytelling,  performance and cinema.


Underground Cinema create entirely immersive cinematic worlds unlike any other where you will discover and explore new experiences and ideas.


Underground Cinema FBI

Enter an exhilarating and action-packed immersive live experience filled with secrets, elite agent training and special investigations. 

Now it’s YOUR turn to be the hero of your own adventure as Underground Cinema invites you to step inside the hidden world of the FBI's famous Training Academy, Quantico...

Fri 21st May - 6.30pm & 8.30pm
Sat 22nd May - 6.30pm & 8.30pm
Sun 23rd May - 5.30pm & 7.30pm

Welcome to the FBI - do you have what it takes?


UGC FBI is supported by Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund - an Australian Government initiative and in partnership with Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.



“UGC blurs the line between theatre and film, creating a cinema-inspired world to explore and play in. It’s a top night out, forcing you to surrender to the thrill of the unknown. The multiplex will forever pale in comparison.”

– Herald Sun

“Underground cinema enriches and vivifies the cinematic experience, turning it into something participatory and theatrical.” 

- Crikey

“Underground Cinema is a night to thrill on many levels, where the audience is a part of their own experience”

– Time Out

“Underground Cinema combines the best of what Melbourne has to offer - food and drink, performance, live music and cinema and creates a thoroughly engaging, endearing and entertaining night out”

- The Age

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