Season seven of 'Game of Thrones' doesn't arrive until spring next year. Are you already jonesing for your weekly dose of gratuitous bloodshed, nudity and names-that-sound-like-real-names-except-they're-slightly-different? Fear not. Something else is coming from Westeros to London in the meantime.
To tie in with the DVD and Blu-ray release of season six, a Game of Thrones Art Gallery is coming to 135 Bethnal Green Road tomorrow. On display will be a selection of items from the HBO series, including chainmail, embroidery and the jewellery worn by 'Mother of Dragons' Daenerys Targaryen.
There'll also be some nifty behind-the-scenes stuff, like sketches by the show's creators, costume designs and original storyboards. And there'll be a whole load of fan art too – the exhibition organisers ran a UK-wide competition for 'GoT' enthusiasts/budding artists, and the 10 winning pieces were selected by Isaac Hempstead Wright, aka white-eyed weird kid Bran Stark. The show's only on for four days (so pretty much the average lifespan of a character in the show) – so make sure you head there in good time. And don't forget: winter is coming.
The Game of Thrones Art Gallery will be at 135 Bethnal Green Road from Thursday November 10 to Sunday November 13.