The long dormant Victorian train tunnels below London’s Waterloo Station have been brought to life for a temporary performance art installation by Pay It Forward star Kevin Spacey and his cohorts at the Old Vic Theater. Called Tunnel 228, the new venture is a collaboration with the performance group Punchdrunk that also includes work from about 20 artists, including Mark Jenkins among others. The subterranean show has stayed a secret, spread last minute by word of mouth and a secretive website to dispense the free tickets, now sold out. But after the positive response so far, Spacey twittered that he hopes to bring the show back come fall. Click the images above for a taste of Tunnel 228.

Photos by Romanwyg