What is my identity? – Star Wars at the O2

Not to Far Far away at this Star Wars at The O2 there are so many costumes, props, models and artwork from the movies to glance upon. Plus you can also create your own identity along your journey leading up to what you would look like in Star Wars depending on your options which you choose.  Who would you resemble?

Star Wars at the O2 in what I saw

I particularly enjoyed seeing the vehicles that were used in Star Wars as they were a lot smaller than I ever imagined and I enjoyed seeing the artist’s sketches especially the many various ones on Chewbacca.


Can you name all the characters and the props? 

How would you look like as a Star Wars character?

However this exhibition is more about creating ‘your identity’ if you were a Star Wars character. Along my journey through the exhibition in awe of all the movie costumes, props etc. you get to build your character.

First of all you have to decide if you want to be either an Ewok to Darth Vader. I chose Chewbacca as I just think he is so cute and I love dogs and later on throughout the exhibition I learnt that Chewbacca was based on Harrison Ford’s real dog. From then on you get to choose from where you grew up, which powers you would have, etc. to finishing with if you are good or evil. This is not only fun but is also a very interactive way to follow the journey of Luke and Anakin Skywalker which gives visitors a better understanding of who they are.

All visitors will follow their own quest and leave the exhibition with their own personalised, unique Star Wars character that you will see on big screen at the end of the exhibition and sent to you via email.

This is me

Star Wars exhibition at the O2 my identity as a Star Wars character

If you went what character did you end up looking like? 

Click here to find out further.


Thanks to Start Wars Identities for letting me come along.  The ticket was complimentary but all views are my own honest opinion.

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