Easter Is Coming To Selfridges In London | Chocolatiers Create Massive Game Of Thrones Dragon Egg

Easter Is Coming To Selfridges In London | Chocolatiers Create Massive Game Of Thrones Dragon Egg


Forget winter… Easter is coming and to celebrate the launch of Game of Thrones Season Five for home release, an enormous chocolate dragon egg will be on display at Selfridges, London.

Game of Thrones Chocolate EggGame of Thrones Season Five launches on blu-ray and DVD on the 14th of March. To celebrate the occasion HBO Home Entertainment have teamed up with expert chocolatiers ‘Melt’ to create an intricate chocolate dragons egg just in time for Easter.

Melt’s highly skilled team have created this exquisite egg that weighs in at a hefty 15kg, stands a whopping 55cm tall and has taken over 25 hours to create.

The egg will go on display at Selfridges, the world famous department store on Oxford Street in London on Saturday the 12th of March – two days ahead of the Game of Thrones Season Five release. Fans of the show will be able to witness the egg being assembled between 11am and 1pm at the store where it will stay until 4pm. Visitors will have the opportunity for selfies with the egg and have the opportunity to win copies of the box set.

Get yourself along to Selfridges, follow HBO UK  and MELT on twitter and don’t forget to label your pictures #GameOfThrones and #OwnThrown.


We’ll be at the Game of Thrones season five home release launch event at The Empire Cinema, Leicester Square, London on the 14th where a screening of the ‘Hardhome’ episode and a Q&A with special guests will be taking place.

Be sure to follow our Instagram and twitter feeds for pics from the evening.



Will Harrison

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