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Witches are not by their nature gregarious (well except perhaps for Nanny Ogg). They certainly don’t have leaders. Granny Weatherwax was the most highly-regarded of the leaders they didn’t have, but even she is about to find that meddling in royal politics is a lot more difficult than certain playwrights would have you believe…
Blasted heaths; three old crones (well two old crones and a young one in training); bloody murder with spots that refuse to be erased; usurping Kings; vanishing heirs to thrones; political manoeuvrings; all-knowing Fools; plays within plays; truth within lies etc. etc.
No – its not Shakespeare – it’s the Discworld, but given that this world holds a distorted mirror to our own, the question is:- “Is the Bard turning in his grave or giggling with delight?”
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Original Novel:- Sir Terry Pratchett
Adapted by:- Stephen Briggs
Directed by: David Dyte and Hugh O'Connor
Produced by: Pamela Munt
Stage Manager and Production Manager: Andrew Zeuner
Sound and Lighting Design: Stephen Dean
Photography:- Stephen Dean
Graphic Design:- Anna Thompson - Worldwide Printing
Featuring:- Pamela Munt as Granny Weatherwax, Natalie Haigh as Nanny Ogg, Alycia Rabig as Magrat Garlick, Danny Sag as The Fool, all supported by a cast of thousands.
We have a Main Theatre (capacity 87) and a Studio Theatre (capacity 40) available for hire. Click here for more information.