The L-Space Web : Plays : Maskerade : 2004

March - Poole

Terry Pratchett's Maskerade

Following on from Zenith Theatre Company's resounding success with their production of Stephen Briggs' adaptation of Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters in March 2003, they are staging 'Maskerade' this coming March, directed by their own Discworld devotee Ian Roth.

This is the storey of Ankh-Morpork's very own Phantom of the Opera.

"All is not well in the Ankh-Morpork Opera House. A ghost stalks the dark corridors, leaving strange letters for the management and ? killing people. Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg, two Lancre witches, investigate, and are soon involved in all kinds of skulduggery, mayhem and ear-splitting loud singing.

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

To be performed at St Aldhelm's Hall, Poole Road, Branksome, Poole, Dorset. Opposite Branksome Railway Station and The Bowlplex.

Performance dates: Friday 12th March and Saturday 13th March 2004, curtain up: 8.00pm
Matinee performance on Saturday 13th only, curtain up: 2.30pm.

Ticket prices: Adult: £5/concessions: £4, Children under 14: £2.50,
Group discount for 10 people: one free ticket.

Box office and enquiries: 01202 398712

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