In London on Thursday, November 10, at 135 Bethnal Green Road opened a new theme gallery dedicated entirely to the popular series “Game of thrones”.

Ahead of the release of the 7th season, which is scheduled to fly in 2017, fans of the series will be able to see the inset exhibits such as armor and jewelry “Mother of dragons” Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke).

As reported by the London magazine Time Out, visitors will see the costumes of some characters, created by costume designer Michelle Clapton, as well as sketches and storyboards of some episodes from the concept artist of “Game of Thrones” by William Simpson.

The exhibition also presents the 10 best works based on the series from a promising British artists. In the process of competition selected actor Isaac Hempstead-Wright (Brandon “bran” stark).

The exhibition will run until 13 November, the entrance to it is free.

Note, the exhibition dedicated to the next season of the HBO series, held regularly in many countries.

The first large-scale mobile project, dedicated to the “Game of thrones”, drove through several cities in the USA and ended in new York in early 2014, when HBO started filming the fourth season. Then for nine months, the exhibition traveled to various cities and countries – was in Mexico city, Rio de Janeiro, Oslo, Toronto, Belfast, Vancouver, etc.

Then visitors were presented more than 100 exhibits from all seasons of the show: costumes, weapons, decorations, dragon eggs, the Iron Throne. Also was shown some copies of props from the upcoming fourth season.

“Game of thrones” is an adaptation of the unfinished fantasy Saga “a Song of Ice and Fire” writer George RR Martin, published from 1996 to the present day. This work is dedicated to the history of several noble families, civil wars, intrigues, poisoning and magic. Its distinctive features are atypical for fantasy naked “medieval” cruelty and unexpected, but justified by the logic of the narrative the death of many main characters that came as a shock to readers, and then for the audience, and a coup for the scenarios series.



Another exhibition dedicated to the series “Game of thrones” opened in London 11.11.2016

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