Asteroid City gets an exhibition in London, courtesy of Universal Pictures UK and 180 Studios, featured in the latest movie by Wes Anderson.
Ahead of the UK theatrical release of Wes Anderson’s “ASTEROID CITY” on 23rd June, Universal Pictures UK and 180 Studios are thrilled to be bringing an Exhibition to London.
WHAT TO EXPECT
An exhibition of original sets, props, miniatures, costumes, and artwork featured in Wes Anderson’s film Asteroid City. The immersive exhibition will transport audiences into the world of Anderson’s eleventh feature film, through installations displaying signature visuals and sounds, as well as an opportunity to dine out at the film’s iconic 1950s diner, the Luncheonette.
THE VENUE AND OPENING HOURS
The venue for this exciting, unique exhibition will be the 180 Studios itself:
180 Studios, 180 The Strand, London WC2R 1EA.
The exhibition opens on 17th June and runs until the 8th of July 2023. The exhibition opening hours are 12 pm until 7 pm with the last entry/ admission time being at 7 pm. Tickets are available via https://www.180studios.com/asteroid-city
For General Admission, the tickets will cost £15. Under 12s will be able to enter free of charge. Concessions will cost £9 and will be available to 13-18-year-olds, students, seniors 65+, NHS, Universal Credit, and Dazed Club. Again, full ticket information can be found at https://www.180studios.com/asteroid-city
Customers who suffer from accessibility issues, the venue is Fully Accessible via 180 Studio front entrance. Security is available to escort guests through. The Accessibility Ticket costs £9 which covers the Ticket holder plus a companion.
Tickets are now on sale.
Limited edition merchandise will be on sale at the venue. These special items include T-shirts, totes, a screenplay, a companion book, pin badges, and an exclusive vinyl with tracks: Dear Alien (Who Art in Heaven) and You Can’t Wake Up If You Don’t Fall Asleep.
The movie takes place in a fictional American desert town circa 1955. The itinerary of a Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention (organized to bring together students and parents from across the country for fellowship and scholarly competition) is spectacularly disrupted by world-changing events.
The film, from Focus Features and Indian Paintbrush, will be released in cinemas in the UK and Ireland on 23rd June 2023.
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