Star Wars Identities Exhibition Arrives In The UK

Star Wars Identities Exhibition Arrives In The UK

The Star Wars Identities exhibition finally makes its way to British shores.

Star Wars Identities is an interactive exhibition that showcases more that 200 props, costumes, models and pre-production artwork from the legendary science fiction saga.

All of these items are normally housed within the Lucasfilm archives but they are currently on a worldwide tour allowing fans to take a closer look.

The exhibition began in Canada and is currently in Germany but will soon come to London.


Star Wars Identities


Visitors to the exhibition are invited to wear smart bracelets. As you walk around, identity questions will be asked to which you can answer with the data stored on the smart bracelet.

At the end of your tour, this data will be used to create a character which represents yourself within the Star Wars universe.

You will be able to ask for a detailed profile, which will be sent to you via email. The profile can then be shared via various social media outlets with your friends enabling them to see your unique Star Wars persona.

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Star Wars Identities


Star Wars Identities will open at the O2 in London on the November 18th and close on September the 3rd, 2017.

Tickets will go on sale Friday 30th September at 9am (GMT)

For more information visit Star Wars Identities.

For tickets, go to O2 Star Wars Identities.


NOVEMBER 18, 2016

Who are you? And how did you get that way?
STAR WARS™ Identities explores the theme of identity using ten components that help make us who we are: species, genes, parents, culture, mentors, friends, events, occupation, personality, and values.
These ten components are grouped into the exhibition’s three main sections, which follow the progression of identity from childhood to adulthood: first Origins, then Influences, and finally Choices. This thematic backbone gives structure not only to the educational content of the exhibition but to the Star Wars collection as well.

John Abbitt

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