RPM and Sky Q open immersive world in London

The Crown copyNetflix has now launched on Sky Q, bringing Sky Box Sets and Netflix together for the first time, all under one roof. To celebrate, the broadcaster curated an immersive experience with creative agency RPM, inviting audiences to be part of the action in their favourite Sky and Netflix shows.  For 3 days from the 16th November, the Vinyl Factory Soho hosted The House of Sky Q which  showcased the latest Sky Q technology and played host to four of these content worlds lined up side by side.

From Sky Atlantic, guests felt the cold beyond the wall from Game of Thrones or could take a seat in the Mariposa Saloon from Westworld.

From Netflix, guests sipped tea in Buckingham Palace with courtiers in The Crown or help search for Will from Stranger Things.

All rooms featured a themed bar and plenty of photo opportunities for guests.

RPM’s managing director, Dom Robertson comments: “As the new Sky and Netflix partnership promises the very best in TV content, we are delighted to be bringing the very best experience for the viewers to come along and be inside their favourite shows at the House of Sky Q this November.”

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