The Wee Free Men' is the latest Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld stories to be adapted by Adelaide local, Pamela Munt.
The Great God Om, has manifested as a turtle. Novice Brutha is the only person who can hear her voice. This disturbs the opposing factions.
Reaper Man starts and finishes with words from Sir Terry Pratchett himself, beginning with an introduction to the Discworld, and fittingly ending with “ I remember when all this will be again”. Fitting and poignant words when you remember that Sir Terry is battling Alzheimers Disease.
Newcombe and Fallon engage in an intricate verbal dance, first one leading then the other, the balance in a constant state of flux as their characters grow and change.
Take a trip to Terry Pratchett's Discworld and meet some of its weird and wonderful characters this Fringe, with the help of the Unseen Theatre Company.
This tightly worked show is a trip to the Discworld, complete with Death, strolling players, the Thieves Guild, a scheming Duchess, the witches of the title, et. al.
Terry Pratchett's subversive ability to turn real life on its head through his fantasy series of Discworld novels remains timely. One for the Pratchett fans.
The Unseen Theatre Company presents their latest production, Monstrous Regiment, by Sir Terry Pratchett, at the Bakehouse Theatre.
Sir Terry Pratchett has not allowed Alzheimer’s Disease to slow his output, Unseen Academicals, being the 37th novel in his Discworld series.