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Pratchett Pieces Three
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Brand new bite-sized Pratchett comedies adapted especially for the 2012 Adelaide Fringe
Bite-sized quirky comedies adapted by Pamela Munt from the short stories of Sir Terry Pratchett.
This is the third time that Unseen Theatre Company has presented bite-sized Terry Pratchett comedies especially for the Adelaide Fringe, but this time we are giving you even more! - A full season of shows immediately prior to the Fringe and three nights at the beginning of the Fringe season. Pratchett Pieces Three will consist of three brand new plays (never seen before), and a chance to catch up on a couple from Pratchett Pieces One and Two, that you may have missed in previous Fringe seasons. If you are a Pratchett fan you cannot afford to miss this! If you are not a fan yet, come along and see what all the fuss is about!
Please note that although Pratchett Pieces Three runs for our normal full season, only three nights of this season will be over the Fringe period. These nights are Feb 22, 23, & 24.
ABOUT THE STORIES
• Death and What Comes Next (World Premiere)
A deathbed philosophical argument with one who really knows the answer – DEATH!
• The Trial (adapted from the short story “The Sea and Little Fishes”) (World Premiere)
Granny Weatherwax is visited by the world of “do-gooders” and committees. Can she learn to be nice?
• Hollywood Chickens
Speculation on the relationship between chickens and roads is almost part of our culture now. Could Hollywood have the answer?
• Turntables of the Night
Back to the 70’s disco scene – only this time DEATH is joining the party.
• A Collegiate Casting Out of Devilish Devices (World Premiere)
An hilarious look at academic life in the Discworld’s most prestigious University.
BOOKINGS: For shows up until Feb 21, book at www.bakehousetheatre.com (or click on the link on this page). For Fringe shows on Feb 22, 23, 24 Book at FRINGETIX
WHERE: Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas St. Adelaide