Winter is here and the Master of Coin has signed off a budget on entertainment and merriment to keep spirits high. From the commoners and smallfolk through to the squires and knights of the Kingsguard, all are invited to a party within the great and ancient Electric Castle of Westeros…
The Rave Of Thrones immersive music experience lands in London on April 26th at Electric Brixton in line with the launch of Season 8. Expect spellbinding levels on venue transformation, with live actors and performers all around the venue and on-stage throughout the evening. White walker entrances and blizzards will fill the castle stage creating impromptu sword battles while lookalikes and VIP meet and greets will create a true Game Of Thrones immersive event that even the most die-hard fan will enjoy.
Hodor (yes the actual Hodor) will provide the soundtrack alongside a Westeros castle replica backdrop with flamethrowers, secret side events and more. No expense has been spared in transporting ticket holders into the Game Of Thrones universe for one night only.
The Master Of Coin has decreed that the party, dubbed the ‘Rave Of Thrones’, should be a fully immersive experience, turning the grand theatrical and infamous hall of ‘Brixton’ to the perfect abode for a knee’s up of monumental proportions! The party to end all parties will be helmed by a suitably strong and valiant performer, Westeros’ giant of the north HODOR (Kristian Nairn). The mountain of a man who always stood head and shoulders above the rest has turned his post-humous career to the art of disc jockeying (however word amongst the little birds is that he has secretly been DJing for decades in the dive bars of The North), with support coming from other wantaway warriors, Ladies of Dorne and previous citizens of Westeros.
Entering the grand hall expect to brush shoulders with Daenarys and her remaining dragon children, Jon Snow will be showing his strength and warrior skills around the great halls, with sword fighting wildlings and knights, fire dancing, a full castle hall themed stage production with weapons and relics of Westeros hanging from all corners.
Especially for the ‘Rave of Thrones’ party celebrations the small council and Cersei Lannister herself have commissioned a ‘replica Throne’, that even the lowest of common folk and wildlings alike can sit on during the course of this most exclusive of affairs.
There will be a light show and pyrotechnics to rival the siege and battle of Meereen in Slavers Bay, and lest we not forget that the armies helmed by their White Walkers might just arrive earlier than expected at any point in time through a jaw-dropping blizzard…
The story of ice and fire will be spun to the tune of classic house and rave favourites for 2,000 lucky ravers of Westeros, so the final decree from the small council suggests for any citizen from across the seven kingdoms wishing to attend, you should purchase your tickets with haste and swifter than a valyrian steel blade through a White Walkers breastplate…The night is dark and full of dancers.