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Game of Thrones Stage Show will premiere in 2023 for West End, Broadway, and Australia

Never in a million years would anyone, even a hardcore fan of Game of Thrones, couldn’t have predicted that George R. R. Martin’s story will return in a whole new avatar. According to the reports from Hollywood Reporter, the author of the A Song of Ice and Fire chronology, Martin focuses on writing a groundbreaking stage version of GoT for the West End, Broadway, and Australia. By the looks of it, the first show based on Martin’s play will open sometime in 2023.

Duncan MacMillan, the notable playwright, and Dominic Cooke, notable director, will collaborate with Martin for the project. Moreover, the stage narrative will be produced by Lawson and Simon Painter in association with Kilburn Live. By the looks of it, the production will be bringing back numerous fan-favorite characters such as Jamie Lannister, Ned Stark.

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About Game of Thrones Stage Adaptation

The stage adaptation will take the viewers into quite a deeper and never-before-seen scene, which are considered to be the pivotal moment in the whole history of Westeros. The stage adaptation will also include the landmark event, The Great Tourney, which took place at Harrenhal is a contest that takes place 16 years before Game of Thrones’ events came into being.

Which characters will be seen in the stage adaptation?

No official revelations regarding the characters that will appear for the stage adaptation have yet been confirmed at the time of writing. However, the play’s description notes suggest that the production will dramatize a compelling story that revolves around vengeance, love, dangers, and absolute madness. The dramatization would also deal with a foretold prophecy that would reveal the lies and secrets that have only been hinted at now!

Martin has revealed that the drama will unravel the seeds of war that are planted during peaceful times. Only a few individuals across Westeros were aware of the carnage, which is supposed to shook Westeros to the very core. And both common folk and highborn are going to watch the finest knights compete in the groundbreaking tourney.

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