Unsuspecting fans were given the surprise of their lives today when they unlocked a secret room to be toasted by David Tennant, Michael Sheen and legendary writer Neil Gaiman.
Sheen was joined by co-star Tennant (who plays demon Crowley) and writer/showrunner
Neil Gaiman in surprising the unsuspecting fans who had solved a series of cryptic Good
Omens clues and challenges to unlock a reward room behind a secret bookcase.
The Good Omens experience and exhibition opens to the public this week, with an extra day added due to public demand. Taking over a Victorian town house in the heart of Soho, the event will immerse fans in the weird and wonderful world of Good Omens. Adapted from the fan favourite 1990 novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, the six-part series is an hilarious story of the world hurtling towards the apocalypse, with only the unlikely duo of an angel and a demon to stop it.
The experience will be open and free to enter from Friday 31st May until Sunday 2nd June, from 11am each day.
Fans can pre-book the escape room, whilst the remainder of the exhibition is free to enter,
with additional escape room slots allocated to walk-ins.
The exhibition and experience opens on 19 Greek Street, coinciding with all episodes
becoming available to stream on Amazon Prime Video on Friday 31 st May. Additional tickets to the escape room on Friday 31 st May, which lasts 30 minutes, will be released at 7pm on Wednesday 29th May through EventBrite: https://az-fell-and-co-bookshop666.eventbrite.com
The exhibition is open 10.30am – 7.30pm (last entry 7pm) on Friday 31 st May, 11am – 7pm (last entry 6.30pm) on 1 st June and 11am – 5pm (last entry 4.30pm) on 2 nd June.