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Read the reviews when planning our vacation and decided this had to be part of our trip. Iceland's cultural equivalent of the abridged Shakespear. A roller coaster story telling performance that is funny, fast moving, easy to follow and picks out the morals of each...More
Incredibly fun, exciting, and educational - we loved it and so did our teenage boys. Also, it was really a better, more memorable exposure to the sagas and the Icelandic folkloric culture than any museum we saw. Informal production with a really talented cast who...More
The show was a mix of comedy and history. A small theater assures great seats for all. The actors were insanely good and adept at selecting good natured audience members to help out with some audience participation. Go early and walk both inside and outside...More
We thoroughly enjoyed this production! The 2 performers were very talented and made learning about Icelandic history a lot of fun! I even got to participate in the show, and had a great time! This is something that everyone visiting Iceland should definitely see!!!
Growing up in the US with Icelandic cultural influences we never heard much about the sagas. A little here and there but no history lessons. This seemed like a perfect opportunity to learn and be entertained. That held up wonderfully. The show was hilarious and...More
This was, undoubtedly, one of THE funniest comedy shows we have seen. Appropriate for international audiences, families. Mercifully, not too PC.
We laughed so hard, that we couldn’t catch our collective breaths.
We highly recommend it!!
We attended this show with our 13-year-old son, and the content was entertaining, informative and age appropriate (imho), with fun audience participation. The time flew as the actors brought us the highlights of the 40 "sagas" in only 75 minutes. It's an intimate theater with...More