Actor, comedian & writer Stephen Fry takes to the stage in the company of the Greek gods, heroes and men whose gripping tales still echo today.
In his first solo tour since the 1980s, Fry will perform Mythos: A Trilogy, three plays performed over a weekend at the London Palladium. Laugh-out loud funny, mind-blowing and often personal, Mythos is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience one of the country’s greatest story-tellers live on stage in London’s West End.
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Stephen Fry Mythos: A Trilogy – Gods will take place on Tuesday 17 September 2019 at the London Palladium.
WHAT’S THE STORY?
In the first play, Gods will take audiences on a Grecian story from primordial chaos to the creation of the dazzling Greek pantheon. Charting the creation of the Cosmos and the primordial deities; follow the splendidly bloody interbreeding and family feuding that led to the rise of the Olympians – Zeus, Hera, Apollo, Athena, Hermes and the rest; and the creation of Humankind.
WHO’S IN IT? MYTHOS: A TRILOGY – GODS CAST
Actor, comedian & writer Stephen Fry (Wilde, Blackadder, QI, Kingdom) will return to the West End as part of his first UK tour in nearly 40 years. Starring in productions across stage and screen, Mythos: A Trilogy will mark Fry’s first London performance in seven years, last appearing as Malvolio in a 2012 production of Twelfth Night at Shakespeare’s Globe. In 2013, Fry starred in the production’s Broadway transfer, earning a Tony nomination.
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