The Hunger Games Exhibition
The record-breaking blockbuster is the focus of a grand exhibition taking place in the brand new ICC in Darling Harbour.
By Benjamen Judd
If you’ve found yourself starved of all thinks Katniss and Peeta then we have good news. The ICC Sydney, the city’s striking new convention centre in Darling Harbour, will be hosting an exhibition dedicated to The Hunger Games book and film series.
Opening on December 20 and running until February in 2017, The Hunger Games Exhibition will reignite your passion for the dystopian world of Panem.
Visit the various Districts and see up close up the fine details that made them so unique in character. The exhibition provides a dynamic exploration of the art, science and pageantry captured in Panem with iconic costumes, props, and set recreations.
High-tech, hands-on interactives let you dive into exciting behind-the-scenes content, engage deeply with the world of the films, and discover a whole new side of the stories that took the world by storm.
Reviews of the collection have been glowing, having already toured Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York.
A great treat for the kids, yourself or even just to see what all the hype was about – this is definitely a show not to be missed.
The Hunger Games Exhibition will open at the ICC Sydney on December 20 and will run until February 2017.
For ticketing information and costs, head to Ticketek.
14 Darling Drive
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