Media giants, Sky and Netflix, have joined forces to give customers the best TV, all in one place, with Sky Q. To celebrate, Sky and independent agency, RPM, have created an epic launch party and truly immersive experiential event.
The House of Sky Q experience is now live in London’s bustling Soho, bringing the most iconic Sky and Netflix shows to life in four impressive themed rooms.
From Sky Atlantic, guests will be transported into the cold beyond the wall in Game of Throne’s Castle Black, followed by the eerie Wild West setting of Westworld, where sherry punch is on the menu at the Mariposa Saloon. Tavern girls and cowboys fill the bar but guests shouldn’t relax too much, as there could be some drama coming their way.
From Netflix, guests will step into Buckingham palace and sup from the Queen’s finest china in The Crown room. Finally, things will get tense in the Stranger Things room, where guests will be encouraged to help in the search for Will.
The event was launched last night with a star-studded event, attended by the cast of Sky Atlantic’s show Riviera, alongside Daisy Lowe, Hugo Taylor, Mollie King, Dave Berry, Owen Teale, Jamie Laing and Kay Burley, to name just a few. Kiss DJs, the Dixon Brother’s, helped to create the party atmosphere with a Kisstory set to get everyone on their feet. Today, the experience is open exclusively to Sky customers who registered through Sky’s new rewards app ‘Sky VIP.’ The experience is will be open to the rest public this weekend.
Sky’s Director of Promotions, Partnerships and Experiential, Bob Suppiah said: “We wanted to unite the two worlds of Sky Q and Netflix at this event, enabling us to showcase some of the great entertainment that’s now all in one place on Sky. We knew that RPM would help us to deliver an unforgettable experience and we’re excited to be able to surprise and delight our customers in this way.”