Swansea Grand Theatre
Wed 27 Apr
Critically acclaimed parody stage play Graeme of Thrones will be arriving in Swansea this month, and in Cardiff in May. The hilarious stage production, which parodies the blockbuster TV franchise Game of Thrones takes us on a journey through the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, with countless laugh out loud moments along the way. Having sold out shows in both the West End and in Australia, this humorously low budget spoof of Game of Thrones comes to South Wales’ theatres. In the play, Graeme (Ali Brice), a devoted fan of Game of Thrones is eager to recreate his favourite TV series with his best friend Paul and his school crush Bryony. His budget is low, his cast members are few, but he’s sure that George R.R. Martin would love it. Once Graeme catches wind that an influential theatrical producer is in the building, he decides that it could be his big break. Silly, ridiculous, and over the top are words that have been used to describe this production, but if anything it all adds to the humour that talented comedy writers Andrew Doyle and Dan Evans have come together to create. It must be said that without watching the original series, the jokes will most certainly be lost. However, for any avid fan of the show, it will be well worth a watch.
Tickets: £18.50. Info: 017 9247 5715 / www.swansea.gov.uk