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My family truly enjoyed this show as part of our visit to Reykjavik. The sagas are an incredibly important aspect of Icelandic culture and this show was a perfect way to get a small taste of them in a humorous and accessible way that kept...More
The actors were energetic and adept at entertaining and informing the small audience. The show demystified the sagas (basically - lots of stories about farmers getting in fights). A good excuse to visit Harpa.
We were trying to find a fun show to go to on our vacation. We found this one and it had great reviews, it definitely lived up to the expectation. This show is a mix of hysterically funny and educational. The two actors were very...More
We laughed our way through this delightful 75 minute production, and walked away with a great knowledge of Icelandic history and lore. The two very talented actors who put this on have a wonderful playful energy yet display effortless talent in the ease with which...More
This is a very entertaining 75 minutes that provides you with a quick overview of Icelandic history in a light hearted manner. They get the audience involved and the cast was kind enough to take a photo with our kids after the performance. Highly recommend....More
My wife and I enjoyed the show very much. My wife didn't stop laughing from the start. It was suggested to visit the Saga Muesum before hand, which we did, but really if your pressed for time there is no need to visit the museum...More
These two carried off an impossible, fast-paced, ridiculous, hilarious two-person Saga adventure—I dunno what I was expecting but it was SO MUCH FUN - audience participation, fanstastic yet minimal production values, worth every Krona. GO SEE.