The L-Space Web : Plays : Maskerade : 2002

November - Glasgow

60 Watt Theatre Company present :

Terry Pratchett's MASKERADE

Venue: The Cottier Theatre, Glasgow

12-16 November 2002

The Opera House, Ankh Morpork... a huge, rambling building, where masked figures and hooded shadows do wicked deeds in the wings... where "dying on stage" is more than just a metaphor... where innocent young sopranos are lured to their destiny by an evil mastermind in a hideously deformed evening dress...

Where... there are a couple of old ladies in pointy hats eating peanuts in the stalls and looking at the big chandelier and muttering: 'There's an accident waiting to happen if ever I saw one'. Bodies are falling like flies from the flies and there's going to be trouble (but nevertheless a good evening's entertainment, with murders you can really hum).

Terry Pratchett's phenomenally popular Discworld novel, "Maskerade", has been adapted by Stephen Briggs with suitably dramatic panache. Quirky and original characters, a labyrinthine plot and a witty script make this a treat for Discworld fans and "uninitiated" theatregoers alike.

Tickets 9 adult, 7 concession are available from
or you can telephone: 01505-349-168
They are also available by sending a cheque, made payable to "Sixty Watt Theatre Company" to 17 Easwald Bank, Kilbarchan, PA10 2AC, remembering to state your name, postal address and the number and type of tickets you require

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