Graeme of Thrones Tickets
Graeme of Thrones opening at the Charing Cross theatre this September!
In this critically-acclaimed theatrical journey through the Seven Kingdoms, direct from sold out shows in London’s West End and Australia, avid ‘Thrones’ fan Graeme just wants to recreate his favourite fantasy saga on stage – aided and abetted by his best friend Paul and the girl he used to fancy at school – Bryony. He doesn’t quite have the same budget as the TV show, or as many cast members, or the performance skill required, but he’s sure George RR Martin would approve – and that’s what matters. But when news reaches them that an influential theatrical producer is in the building, Graeme decides that this could be his big break – as long as nothing goes wrong …
Writer and BAFTA winner Jon Brittain said: “Graeme of Thrones is a parody/farce/show-within-a-show/loving-homage. It’s nice to be in a room where being an anally retentive fanboy is actually a good thing! The team are having a lovely time geeking out and discussing how ridiculous Ser Jorah and Littlefinger’s voices are, how Daenerys really should have double checked there was a no-nudity clause in her contract, and how Jon Snow really is incredibly boring (but so pretty!).”
Created by a team of some of the UK’s top comedy writers, Graeme of Thrones is a wacky and wicked parody on the international phenomenon that is Game Of Thrones.
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“A must-see for die-hard Game of Thrones fans as well as those who have yet to watch it.” Love London Love Culture
“Even if you’ve never seen the TV show, the comedy still keeps you entertained” Netmums
“There’s plenty to make a Throner titter here” Metro
“Graeme of Thrones shows that it can be pretty funny if you’re Game” KCW Today
Age restrictionAdolescents under 15 will not be admitted.
Running time90 mins (no interval)
Performance datesBooking until 11 November 2017
ContentRecommended for ages 14 and above.
Please note this play contains strobe lights, artificial fog, pyrotechnics, loud noises, offensive language and simulated nudity