Star Wars: The Last Jedi screening at Science Museum evacuated due to ‘incident’
A screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi at London’s Science Museum has been evacuated just ten minutes into the film – leaving fans wondering what happened.
The sci-fi blockbuster has been showing at the Museum’s Imax cinema, but viewers had to leave soon after it began, with the museum citing an ‘incident’.
Fans took to Twitter to question what had happened after no further information was given.
Just been evacuated from the 4pm showing of Star Wars at the Imax screen. What's the process for refunds and rebooking? @sciencemuseum
— Jocelyn Le Conte (@JocelynLeConte) December 27, 2017
‘Love it when you’re watching the new Star Wars at the science museum but get evacuated because of an ‘incident’,’ one person tweeted.
A spokesman for the museum later told metro.co.uk that the screening had later recommenced after the interruption.
‘A screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi in the Science Museum IMAX was interrupted this afternoon whilst part of the museum was evacuated as a precaution,’ the spokesman said in a statement..
‘The museum has now fully reopened and the screening recommenced.’
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