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As any good “Game of Thrones” fan will tell you, there’s nothing quite as horrible as having to go a full year without getting your Jon Snow fix.

Sadly, season seven of the hit HBO show ended in August and the show’s eighth and final season isn’t set to return until late 2018 or even early 2019. If you simply cannot go that long without spending a little time with the Starks and Lannisters then book a ticket to London because the Princes Charles Cinema will be showing all 67 episodes on the big screen in a single sitting.

Game of Thrones HBO television show theater
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That’s right, for three glorious days fans are invited to sit back, relax and watch every single episode of “Game of Thrones” from start to finish. As Cosmopolitan notes, the viewing will begin on Monday, November 27, with the series' premiere episode, “Winter is Coming.” The hits will keep coming until Thursday, November 30, at 4:51 p.m. with the last aired episode, “The Dragon and the Wolf.”

That means you can go check out nearly 70 hours of your favorite show without ever having to move. Oh, and that includes food as the theater has also partnered with MOD Pizza to ensure there are plenty of slices to go around.

The best part, however, is the fact that the entire event is completely free for fans. All you have to do is register here. And it’s not like you’ll need a hotel room as you’ll be sitting (or sleeping) in the theater the entire time.

Of course, if you do feel like taking a break and venturing outdoors, London has plenty to offer visitors, especially in the fall when tourist season is at a low. And thanks to Brexit the dollar is extremely strong against the pound, meaning your money will stretch just a little bit further so you could even tack on a trip to see the Iron Islands, the Dothraki Sea and Winterfell for yourself in Northern Ireland, which is just an hour flight away. But just be warned, winter is coming — to Ireland and London, so make sure to make some warm clothes (like your best Sansa Stark-inspired wolf jacket).