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Stephen Fry Mythos a Trilogy: Men Tickets

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As the last part in Stephen Fry's Mythos trilogy, Men gets down and dirty at the height of the Trojan War and in Homer's Odyssey.

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Having received its world premiere at the Shaw Festival Theatre in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario in 2018, renowned comedian, actor, and writer Stephen Fry brings his lauded Mythos trilogy across the pond this September for its highly anticipated West End premiere. Widely regarded as one of the world's best storytellers, Fry takes to the stage once more to tell one of the greatest tales of all time.

Stephen Fry's Mythos is divided into three separate yet hilarious plays (GodsHeroes, and Men), which tell the captivating stories of the men of Greek myth that continue to resonate with audiences to this day. Fry will have you laughing yourself to tears while blowing your mind and occasionally getting personal. This one-of-a-kind theatrical event with the man himself is one you don't want to miss! As a strictly-limited one-off event, tickets for Stephen Fry's Mythos trilogy are expected to sell outat the speed of Hermes. For all you theatre completionists out there, book your Mythos tickets in advance and perhaps you can see all three parts!

What is Stephen Fry Mythos a Trilogy: Men about?

Fry's Mythos trilogy features themes of love and war, indulgence, and retaliation. Tickets for Stephen Fry's Men will have you immersed within the treacherous battlefield of the Trojan War and drowning in the depths of despair on Odysseus's dangerous voyage home.

Who is Stephen Fry?

Stephen Fry is a London-born comedian known for frequently performing in a double act alongside Hugh Laurie (House) in the sketch comedy series A Bit of Fry & Laurie and the comedy-drama series, Jeeves and Wooster. He is also a triple threat, as he both performs as an actor and writes professionally. His written works include the English translation of the original German libretto for the 2006 English-language film adaptation of Mozart's famed opera The Magic Flute and the 1984 musical Me and My Girl adapted from Lupino Lane's script. Books he has written include Paperweight, Making History, The Stars' Tennis Balls, and both Mythos: A Retelling of the Myths of Ancient Greece and Heroes: Mortals and Monsters, Quests, and Adventures, of which this Mythos trilogy is based on.

Among some of Stephen Fry's notable acting credits are roles in A Fish Called Wanda, his portrayal of Oscar Wilde in Wilde (for which he received a Golden Globe nomination), The Judge in The Wind in the Willows, Judge in Spice World, Inspector Thompson in Gosford Park, Sir Anthony Silk in Thunderpants, Narrator/The Guide in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Deitrich in V For Vendetta, The Cheshire Cat in 2010's Alice in Wonderland and its 2016 sequel Alice Through the Looking Glass, Master of Lake-town in the Hobbit film trilogy, and the voice for the UK audiobooks of the Harry Potter series (1999-2007).

Stephen Fry Mythos a Trilogy: Men tickets subject to high demand

Be sure to book your Mythos London theatre tickets early to secure the best prices and seats at the West End's London Palladium.

Stephen Fry. Photo by David Cooper. Creative by Key Gordon. Courtesy of the Shaw Festival.

Are you in the right place? This page is for booking tickets to Stephen Fry's Mythos a Trilogy: Men. If you are looking for tickets to the other two parts of the Mythos trilogy, click on the links below.

Book tickets for Stephen Fry's Mythos a Trilogy: Heroes here.

Book tickets for Stephen Fry's Mythos a Trilogy: Gods here.