Game of Thrones will open an all new exhibit in Toronto Canada tomorrow, with actor Liam Cunningham at the helm. Cunningham expertly portrays Ser Davos Seaworth on HBO’s hit show, Game of Thrones. This has been a busy season for Davos, as he is learning to play the political side of the Game of Thrones, in his new position as Stannis Baratheon’s Hand of the King.
In an interview with CTV’s Canada AM, Cunningham talked about the popularity of the show.“It’s been taken out of our hands now…the fans have kind of taken it, and it’s a real joy. It’s a beautiful quality piece of television and its lovely to be involved in it.”
Cunningham also talked about the cast of Game of Thrones, and how they were handling the show’s popularity, saying that they were “Going along for the ride”.
The exhibition, which will be held at Toronto’s TIFF Bell Lightbox, runs from May 14th to the 18th, and will feature around 100 original artifacts from the hit show, including costumes like the Kingsguard armor, weaponry and storyboards.