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PICTURE Game of Thrones actors Lena Heady (left) and Finn Jones (centre) joined Pascal for a well-earned break in Belfast. Photo by: Instagram/ Pedro Pascal

'Game of Thrones' cast hit Belfast for a night on the town (VIDEO)

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PICTURE Game of Thrones actors Lena Heady (left) and Finn Jones (centre) joined Pascal for a well-earned break in Belfast. Photo by: Instagram/ Pedro Pascal

The cast of the HBO series ‘Game of Thrones’ took a break from filming recently to head out for a night on the town in Belfast.

The crew is currently shooting for the fourth season of the award-winning TV series in Northern Ireland.
Actor Pedro Pascal, who plays this season’s newcomer Oberyn Martell, the "Red Viper", posted pictures of the night on his instagram account.

Pedro was joined by Lena Headey (who plays Cersei Lannister), Finn Jones (Loras Tyrell), Sibel Kikelli (Shae), Conleth Hill (Varys) and fellow season four newcomer Roger Ashton Griffiths (Mace Tyrell).

The HBO series, which is based on the has George R. R. Martin's series of fantasy novels, has received 16 nominations for the 2013 Emmy Awards this coming September.

Filming for the series has taken place at the Titanic Studios in Belfast City and across various Northern Ireland locations, including the North Coast, Tollymore Forest Park and Castle Ward. As a result, the smash series has put Northern Ireland on the television world's radar.

Game of Thrones boosts Northern Ireland film and TV industry

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