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The History of Reykjavík in One Funny Hour
For those interested in learning the history of Iceland’s capital without having to spend a day at the library can quench their thirst for knowledge by attending the one hour comedy play “Let’s talk Local - Reykjavík.“

The play is performed in English every day in Restaurant Reykjavík at 18:00, where you can also enjoy drinks and light refreshments before and after the show. The play is performed by two actors and covers the history of Reykjavík dating from the Vikings up to present times.

A relatively new theatre group named Kraðak is behind the play. The group’s first play, Let’s talk Christmas, was premiered before last Christmas and was a great success. Anna Bergljót Thorarensen, from Kraðak, says that Kraðak always puts special emphasis on humor and making the plays as entertaining as possible, which according to the smiles on their guests faces, has proven successful.

For those who missed Let’s talk Christmas last year need not despair, as Kraðak intends to start showing it again this Christmas. Those expecting a traditional Christmas story are in for a surprise, as Icelandic Christmas stories are quite different from those of the jolly white bearded man in red. The play is told from the perspective of Grýla (a sort of female troll), the mother of the 13 Icelandic Yule lads who get into all sorts of trouble around Christmas.

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