Tuesday 29 May 7.30pm at The Muni Arts Centre Pontypridd
Presented by Spike Theatre in association with Unity Theatre & The Met.
This frenetic innuendo-filled slapstick comedy follows the story of three Greek nobodies caught up in a celestial bet between Zeus, Hera and Hercules. The unwitting heros: Stanzas a terrible poet, Darius the runt of the litter and Hermaphrodite who was born a girl, travel to compete in the ancient Olympics and take on the champions of the sporting world with epic results for mankind and realistic willies.
L earn the prophesy of the Oracle!
A maze at the powers bestowed from the Gods!
U nderstand the nature of human endurance!
G oggle at the sights in the gymnasium!
H ave a journey of Olympic fun!
The Games incorporates clowning, original music, song and shadow puppetry and is co-directed by Mark Smith (Spike) with Toby Park (Spymonkey). Original music composed by Toby Park.
‘Wickedly funny’ The Stage
'Very, very funny ' British Theatre Guide
‘hilarious from beginning to end’ What’s On Stage.
Over 16’s only – Contains strong language plus scenes of fake and real nudity .
Part of the Drama Bundle - See Frank Vickery’s Granny Annie (at The Muni Pontypridd, The Coliseum Aberdare and The Park & Dare Treorchy) , Equus at The Coliseum and The Games at The Muni for just £24.00 full price (saving you up to £13.00) and £19.00 concession price (saving you up to £12.00 )
Tickets must be all be purchased at the same time (as a single transaction) and only available from the Box Office, not on-line.