Secret Cinema announced the news in the style of a message from the show's mysterious high society gossiper, Lady Whistledown.
"Dearest Readers, we are delighted to announce that the next Secret Cinema is none other than the delightful @NetflixUK original Bridgerton.
"The one ball of the year where anything goes, this soirée is already the talk of the Ton. Secure your invitation by following the link in bio.
"Yours truly, Lady Whistledown."
The immersive ballroom experience for the racy series will open in November, taking place at a yet-to-be-revealed location in London Zone 4.
Over three hours, guests will "wine and dine with esteemed members of the Ton" in an evening of "music, mingling, and perhaps other less-refined activities".
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While the show will not be screened in full on the night, there will be augmented performances from actors and projections of key moments from the series.
Tickets for the 18+ event are set to go on sale via the Secret Cinema website and the Fever app and site on Tuesday 6 July at 10am with prices starting at £39.
The programme set a new streaming record for Netflix, becoming its biggest ever original series after it was viewed by a record 82 million households in 28 days.
A second series has been announced, with it set to focus on the character of Anthony Bridgerton.
It has also already been renewed for a third and fourth series.
But it's bad news for fans of breakout star Regé-Jean Page who played the Duke of Hastings as he won't be returning for another instalment.
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