Autographed Game of Thrones script to be auctioned for charity
Some of the biggest names from Game of Thrones have signed a script from the hit TV series that will be auctioned tonight at a Bishop’s Cleeve fund-raiser.
The characters from George RR Martin’s fantasy world are often back-stabbling, plotting and killing their way through the fantasy world of Westeros in their quest for power.
But big-name actors including Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion Lannister, and Charles Dance (Tywin Lannister) have all signed the script from the first episode of the second series, which is produced by HBO in America and shown on Sky Atlantic in the UK.
Other stars signing the script, written by showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss from Martin's series of novels, include Lena Headey (Cercei Lannister), Nikcolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), Jack Gleeson (Joffrey Baratheon), Jerome Flynn (Bronn), Rory McCann (Hound), Conleth Hill (Varys) and Gwendoline Christie (Brienne).
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The script is one of many prizes on offer tonight at the event, held at the King’s Head in Cheltenham Road from 5pm.
It has been organised by Gary David, who was left devastated when his youngest daughter Sophie Braddock, 24, was diagnosed with leukaemia at the end of June.
While she undergoes chemotherapy, dedicated dad Gary, 51, is determined to help others and is organising Linc Fest, which takes place this evening.
A wealth of prizes, including many from the racing community, have been donated for the event.
Sophie, from Up Hatherley, is currently undergoing her second bout of treatment, but is hoping to go along to the event.
It will include music, a barbecue, an auction, raffle, sumo wrestling, bouncy castle and possibly karaoke.
Trainer Jonjo O’Neill and racehorse owner and hospitality virtuoso Chris Coley have donated auction prizes to the event in aid of cancer charity Linc.