Friday, March 9, 2012
Game of Thrones: The Exhibition, March 9–18 at TIFF Bell Lightbox
Free timed ticket available as of Monday, February 27
Exhibit features costumes, weaponry, props, photography and video from the set of HBO’s epic fantasy Game of Thrones, including never-before-seen items
Fans can have their picture taken sitting on the iconic Iron Throne
is a free, timed ticketed event. Fans are invited to reserve a free ticket to the exhibition starting Monday, February 27 at 10 am ET, either in-person at TIFF Bell Lightbox or by calling the TIFF Box Office at 416-599-TIFF/1-888-599-8433. Hours of operation for the exhibition are 12pm to 8pm daily, except on March 12: 12pm to 10pm; and March 13: 10am to 8pm. The exhibition is recommended for ages 14+. Tickets are limited at 4 per person.
Members will be given the chance to preview the exhibit on March 8th from 3 to 8 pm on a first come, first serve basis. Please be sure to bring your Membership Card with you to gain entry. If you are not able to make the Members preview, tickets are still available for other dates by calling the TIFF Box Office.
Located in the expansive main-floor HSBC Gallery at TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto, and designed and staged by TIFF’s world-class exhibitions team, Game of Thrones: The Exhibition showcases a wealth of material from HBO’s global production, including: six costumes; props symbolic of major plot twists; an assortment of weaponry, tableware and banners that illustrate the series’ distinctive Houses; gorgeous still photography from Seasons 1 and 2; and behind-the-scenes videos of the designers and craftspeople who bring Westeros to life. Among the many highlights are: the never-before-seen costume of Melisandre, a major character new to Season 2; a dragon egg; the “Hand of the King” badge and the stag crown of Robert Baratheon.
The anchor to the exhibition is the infamous Iron Throne itself. Located in the RBC Lobby at TIFF Bell Lightbox, fans and passers-by alike will have the chance to be King or Queen for a day and be photographed with the Throne.
Photos courtesy HBO Canada