Neil Gaiman invites Londoners to step into his imagination via Soho

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Neil Gaiman invites Londoners to step into his imagination via Soho

Michael Sheen and David Tenant have been in the capital for the launch of Good Omens, the TV adaptation of Sir Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman's novel.

The comedy tells the story of an unlikely friendship between an angel and a demon, who accidentally fall in love with planet earth and try to save it, despite orders from both bosses in heaven and down below to allow the apocalypse to take place.


To coincide with the release of the series fans of the story will be able to step into the world of the antichrist in Soho.

A 5 floor escape room style experience has been created, under the guise of a antique bookshop.

The author and show runner Neil Gaiman was on hand to tell us more about the series, and why it was created.

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