The global TV sensation and Sky Atlantic darling Game of Thrones has, for the last few years, gone on tour in order to promote the upcoming seasons. Typically, these have been across the United States and select European locations, but left the UK in the cold - unusual given that it is largely filmed in Northern Ireland. That all changes year, however, because Sky have announced that they'll be bringing the Game of Thrones exhibition to the O2 in London from the 9 to the 12th of February and again from the 15th to the 17th.
In an exclusive not seen anywhere else in the world, Sky customers will be the first to experience the latest version of HBO's wildly popular Game of Thrones exhibitions, which promises to be the best version ever in celebration of the programme reaching five seasons. London will be the first stop in the exhibition's world tour, showcasing just how important HBO consider England and the UK to be for the programme, which has a largely English cast.
The exhibition will be exclusively open to Sky TV customers and their guests and will feature some truly incredible sights. Focussing on the fourth series, the exhibition will bring 70 artifacts from pivotal moments in the series, some of which will be familiar whilst others will tease about the shocking future of the programme in series five. There's also a new integrated website companion to get extra information and interaction opportunities whilst inside the exhibit. Sky are also promising 'photo stations' which will allow fans to sit atop the Iron Throne and place themselves in other iconic locations from across the series. It doesn't end there though, because fans will be asked to swear allegiance to a house as they come into the exhibition which will unlock certain paths and information as they walk around the exhibit.
Perhaps most exciting of all is a new virtual reality experience, powered by the awesome Oculus Rift. When users put on the headset, they'll be transported to the top of the wall, a famous location from the Game of Thrones series. Whilst there, they'll be able to look simply by turning their head and taking in the incredible detail that the headset can provide. Rest assured, this is an experience like no other and is a total must see for those who are fans of the programme.
So, after years of taking complaints from the Sky contact number UK for failing to bring the exhibit to the United Kingdom, Sky and HBO have finally brought the exhibition to the UK. Not only that though, because Sky TV customers will be able to book two tickets completely free of charge via Sky's Game of Thrones page. Tickets will be served on a strictly first come first serve basis from Monday the 26th of January and updates on availability will be shared via Sky Atlantic's Twitter page, making following them a total must. For all those who visit the exhibition we wish them an excellent time, and good luck to those trying to get tickets.
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