Fans of Game of Thrones, you won't want to miss this. The successful TV show based on the George RR Martin books has often been the subject of parody - they do have dragons for crying out loud - but nobody has yet brought this to the stage. Until now.
'Graeme of Thrones' is a hit West End play that is heading to Dublin's Olympia Theatre in April for one night only, with those interested encouraged to see it 'before the inevitable lawsuit'.
So what's it about? Well the main character of the story is Graeme, who is pretty unhappy with how the books have been adapted for TV and has taken it upon himself to show you how it should have been done. Although he doesn't quite have the same budget... or the cast members... or anything at all really, but he’s sure George would approve – and that’s what matters.
It's set to feature "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.
Graeme of Thrones is coming to Dublin's Olympia Theatre for one night only on Friday 29th April. Tickets €29 including booking fee and restoration levy go on sale on Friday 29th January at 9am via Ticketmaster.