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“A must for any Game Of Thrones fan” Time Out
Direct from sold out shows in London’s West End, Graeme will take you on his own unique journey through the Seven Kingdoms at The Olympia Theatre this April.
Unhappy with how his beloved books were realised for the TV series, he has taken it upon himself to show you how it should have been done. He doesn’t quite have the same budget, or as many cast members, or the performance skill required, but he’s sure George would approve – and that’s what matters.
Featuring a family tree wider than The Wall and more subplots than anyone can follow, it’s a rollercoaster ride of beheadings, incest and war.
Created by a team of some of the UK’s top comedy writers, Graeme Of Thrones is an original and un-authorised parody on the international phenomenon that is Game Of Thrones.
A treat for fans and an introduction for the unenlightened. See it at The Olympia Theatre before the inevitable lawsuit.
Tickets €29 including booking fee and restoration levy go on sale on Friday 29 January at 9am via Ticketmaster.
“Imagine all that sex and gore and nonsense in the flesh”
Evening Standard
“Stupidly enjoyable... their comic timing is superb” The Stage
“An especially over-the-top celebration of bad taste” Chortle
“Expect tears of laughter"★★★★Gay Times
The creative team for the show includes:
Toby Park
Toby Park is the managing artistic director of Spymonkey, an internationally renowned physical comedy company. Other projects include directing the physical comedy in Mack & Mabel starring Michael Ball and appearing in Cirque Du Soleil's ‘Zumanity’ at the New York New York hotel in Las Vegas.
Jon Brittain
“A rapturous atmosphere... It is sheer entertainment; a guaranteed laugh-a-minute” British Theatre Guide on Margaret Thatcher, Queen Of Soho BAFTA Breakthrough Talent award winner, creator of Edinburgh Festival hit ‘Margaret Thatcher Queen Of Soho’ and Fosters Comedy Award winning director.
Andrew Doyle
“Britain’s hottest young comedian” GQ MagazineWriter of the musical adaptation of Terry Pratchet’s Soul Music, stand-up comedian and writer for BBC Radio 4.
Dan Evans
“Original and inventive” The TimesDan's writing credits include ‘Thanks a Lot Milton Jones’, ‘Mock The Week’, and ‘Live at the Apollo’. Dan is also much in demand as a stand up comedian.
Sam Bailey
Co-artistic director of Parrot In The Tank Theatre and director of Paris Communal Shower