‘Game of Thrones’ Costumes, Props to Hit the Road for International Exhibition
“Game of Thrones” is hitting the road and unlike the show, it won’t take six seasons for somebody to reach their destination (we’re looking at you, Daenerys).
HBO announced Thursday that a touring exhibition — full of costumes, props and set decorations — will kick off in Europe this fall. A first stop hasn’t been announced.
The network has partnered with GES Events, which has put together a number of touring exhibitions, including one based on the “Chronicles of Narnia” and “Sherlock Holmes.”
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The exhibits will be displayed in a number of themed areas that correspond to cities and locations on the show. This includes Meereen, the city Daenerys conquered with her Unsullied; King’s Landing; the House of Black and White in Bravos where Arya learns the trade of the Faceless Men; and Castle Black, the home of the Night’s Watch.
Of course, as is important with any “Game of Thrones” exhibit, there will be a throne room where visitors can check out the Iron Throne.
“‘Game of Thrones’ has truly become a worldwide phenomenon, with fans avidly watching the show throughout all corners of the globe,” said Jeff Peters, director of global licensing at HBO said in a statement.
“The innovative storytelling of ‘Game of Thrones’ has been a cultural touchpoint since its premiere,” said Steve Moster, president of GES. “We are excited to bring this exhilarating world to life to fans around the globe.”
Expect tour dates to be announced in the coming months.
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Source: The Wrap