Rave Of Thrones London w/ Kristian Nairn (Hodor), Judge Jules, Leon Lour Plus TBA

Bankside Vaults


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Sunday 27 March 2016
21:00 - 04:00
Clubbing, Fun Time Partying, Theatre/Arts, Themed Nights, Something A Little Different
Over 18

Rave Of Thrones London feat. DJ sets from:

Kristian Nairn (Hodor)

& Finn Jones (Ser Loras Tyrell)

Judge Jules (BBC Radio 1)

Leon Lour

+ Special Guests TBA

Bank Holiday Sunday, 27th March


The White Walkers and their army of the dead descend upon Westeros, with little time before the impending apocalypse reaches King's Landing. To that end, the Small Council has decided to throw a huge party for the citizens, allowing them to celebrate their last few days before doom in true Baratheon style.

The Master Of Coin has decreed that the the party, dubbed the 'Rave Of Thrones', should be a fully immersive experience, turning the cavernous tunnels under London Bridge into the Seven Kingdoms themselves, resplendent with Dothraki warriors, citizens of Dorne, the Unsullied and, of course, Kahleesi's fire breathing pets, not to mention 3D mapped visuals, pyrotechnics and a light show to rival a castle siege. Littlefinger's Brothel, the Icy North and other famous landmarks of Westeros will be recreated in an old train depot on the banks of the River Thames itself.

We needed someone of the utmost strength, honour and dedication to the cause to carry the heaviest responsibility: providing the soundtrack to the Rave Of Thrones. There was one man who stood head and shoulders above the rest: KRISTIAN NAIRN, also known as Hodor, who will be utilising his years of DJing experience to keep us all dancing until winter comes. He'll be joined by FINN JONES, known in Westeros as Ser Loras Tyrell, known throughout the Seven Kingdoms for his dashing good looks and skill in battle, who's skills on the decks are held in equally high regard. There will be special guests also gracing us with their presence, so stay tuned to find out who will be joining us to party the night away.

Rave Of Thrones comes to London for one night and will sell out quickly with over 2000 clubbers in a unique venue in London: buy your ticket early to avoid being condemned to The Wall….

Aranat oqo!

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Bankside Vaults
1 Invicta Plaza, London, SE1 9UF

Nearest station:
Blackfriars (Tube)


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As a lover of Game of Thrones and quirky nights out I had veerrrry high expectations for Rave of Thrones and I'm sad to say that although it was a fun night, I think it was a bit of a missed opportunity on the organiser's part. The good bits? The location was brilliant and very GoTsy with its many vaults leading you from one "themed"room to the next. Getting to take a picture with the white walkers by a realistic-looking iron throne was pretty cool, the general atmosphere and the effort some (but not many) people made to dress up, The not so good? Whilst the word 'rave' indicated the kind of music that was going to be played, there was more than one DJ playing at one time in different rooms and I think they could've played some slightly different music in the smaller room to cater to everyone's tastes since I don't think being a GoT fan necessarily makes you a RoT music fan. Promises of pyrotechnics and 3D effects and space hopper jousting weren't delivered and in terms of the GoT-related decor, there was a cheap, tin foil-looking dragon hanging above the throne and props that you could find at any generic medieval style banquet. The bar staff, whilst really friendly, should've been given some fancy dress too just to fully envelop you in the atmosphere. So, yes, it was a fun night because I think the people made it and we all had that one love in common, but in terms of party planning, I think it was a bit more Laze of Thrones than Rave of Thrones. Visited Bankside Vaults on 2016-03-27
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