Brace yourselves Game of Thrones fans. This Easter Sunday, March 29, you will finally get the chance to combine your loves of feudal-fantasy and deep house at the UK's first ever Rave of Thrones. It's no secret that Kristian Nairn, the actor better known to viewers as man-of-one-word Hodor, is an accomplished DJ and producer. He dropped his first track, "Up", last summer and has been DJing all over the world between his stints in Westeros. So it's no surprise then that he is heading up proceedings at the "immersive" rave, alongside Finn Jones who plays Ser Loras Tyrell in the series. The pair of them will also be joined by some "special guests," so provided that doesn't include any white walkers, there's lots to be excited about.
Rave of Thrones will be taking place in the suitably archaic and intimidating Bankside Vaults near London Bridge, with themed rooms apparently ranging from the Icy North all the way through to Littlefinger's Brothel, so even if you do get murdered in a whorehouse at least your drinks will have been chilled.