The L-Space Web : Plays : Lords and Ladies : 2006

June - Port Sunlight


Liverpool Network Theatre Group presents Terry Pratchett's Lords and Ladies - adapted for the stage by Irana Brown.

Thursday to Saturday, 22nd - 24th June at 7.30pm

At The Gladstone Theatre, Port Sunlight (adjacent to Port Sunlight train station, 16 minutes by Merseyrail, from Liverpool city centre.)

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Tickets £6 / £4 (concessions)

Box Office 0151 709 4988 (Unity Theatre, Liverpool) and available from usual Gladstone Theatre outlets.

It's Midsummer Night. No time for dreaming.

"The King and the Land are One.
The King and the Queen are One.
What You shall be is something I have yet to decide..."

The Lancre witches, Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg, are the Discworld's only hope of rescue when elves threaten to take control with their hypnotic "glamour". Standing stones; wizards; Morris Men and Rude Mechanicals; country lore and ancient magic: all these are elements of this hilarious, fast-moving and exciting adaptation of Terry Pratchett's well-loved novel.

Directed by Eve Smith for Liverpool Network Theatre.

The Network has been in existence in one form or another since the 1930s. The company brings together professional performers, seasoned amateurs and enthusiastic newcomers to produce high quality community theatre.

Anyone interested is welcome to join in our workshops on Tuesday evenings, 7.15pm at St Bride's Church off Catherine Street, L8.


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