Game of Thrones was a sensation of a show, a true roller coaster for the fandom and one of the most popular and probably the most criticised show in television history. The GOT fandom is spread around the world and if there's one thing we like to watch more than the last season of the series, is our favourite characters playing other characters in shows and movies.

Be it Emilia Clark aka Daenerys' Me Before You or Richard Madden aka Robb Stark's Bodyguard, we love the shows and the movies to death. So when we hear that a play screening of Gwendoline Christie aka Brienne of Tarth's, play is happening right here in Mumbai, we have to be there!

A Midsummer Night's Dream with Brienne of Tarth

Any lover of theatre and classic literature knows the story of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' by heart. The confusion, the romance, the stunning set-up and the hilarity of the play is something that only Shakespeare could've created hence we have time and again seen various versions of the play.

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a classic theatre play, which most theatre enthusiasts have seen a few times. Yet, the fact that the masculine, strong and wild Brienne of Tarth- Gwedoline is playing the bewitching queen, has us hooked and we just cannot wait to see the actor show her chops in the feminine and ethereal role.

The play that has won hearts worldwide, is being screened right here in Mumbai and there's no way we're going to miss out on all the awesomeness it has in store for us.

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Actor Gwendoline Christie has for long been a favourite among the GOT fandom and the fans of the show can never have enough of the grace and stoic pride of Brienne of Tarth. Plus, the fact that we'll get to catch a superbly executed and written play is always something we can look forward to.

Date: January 8th-10th

Tickets: ₹400 onwards | Buy yours here

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