Did you spot Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts in the new series of Black Mirror?
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The Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts in Norwich featured in the series three finale of Charlie Brooker's hit dystopian drama 'Black Mirror'.
The episode, titled 'Hated in the Nation', explores what would happen if the honeybee population became extinct and were replaced by Autonomous Drone Insects (ADIs).
The local gallery features 20 minutes into the episode as the HQ of the private technology company that create the ADIs, which targets members of the public through facial recognition.
Each episode of the hit series features a different cast with the likes of Kelly Macdonald (Trainspotting, Nanny McPhee), Fay Marsay (The White Queen, Fresh Meat) and Benedict Wong (State of Play) starring in the series finale.
Each episode of Brooker's show explores themes of the modern age and imagines an uncertain future shaped by new technologies.
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The first two series of the show were broadcast on Channel 4 with season three moving over to Netflix, where all six episodes are currently available to watch online.
This isn't the first time the Sainsbury Centre has featured as a filming location which was used for a number of scenes in the 2014 blockbuster 'Avengers: Age of Ultron.' Brooker is best known for his BBC2 satirical review programme 'Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe'.
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