Game of Thrones Exhibition opens in Belfast

June 10, 2013

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To launch the official opening of the HBO Game of thrones Exhibition over the weekend, a star studded reception was held on Friday Night at Crumlin Road Gaol. The reception was attended by first Minister Peter Robinson and a host of leading cast members for the hit TV Show. Game of Thrones stars Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark), John Bradley (Samwell Tarley), Liam Cunningham  and Richard Dormer (Beric Dondarrio), attended the event. The red carpet event which marked the opening of the 2 week exhibition was also attended by Sir Ben Kingsley, international news crews and crew members. The red carpet was buzzing for the night, with a reception afterwards where guests enjoyed a Game of Thrones themed menu and entertainment such as live drums and fire performers. Here’s a few snaps of the action from the night.

Cast Members at Friday Night’s Game of Thrones Exhibition Launch

 

Maisie Williams

 

Liam Cunningham

Sir Ben Kingsley & First Minister Peter Robinson

Isaac Hempstead Wright

 

Game Of Thrones themed menu

The Game of Thrones exhibition runs until 17th June. All tickets have now been allocated, however if you did not receive advance tickets online, there will be walk-up availability at the venue on each day of the exhibition (June 8th to June 17th). Please be advised that you may experience long waiting times at the venue, and we would advise that attendees wishing to queue, attend at off peak times. Weekends and evenings are likely to be the busiest periods at Titanic Belfast.

If you are travelling to the exhibition why not check out our guide to Belfast: discovernorthernireland.com/GOT-Belfast-Guide or explore the real world of Westeros with our Game of Thrones locations guide: discovernorthernireland.com/blog/game-of-thrones-filming-locations/

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