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"It's been a long time since I seen a theatre played properly" - Granny Weatherwax, Wyrd Sisters.
If you also haven't seen much theatre lately, there's plenty of chances in the next few months all around the country!
Brisbane Arts Theatre presents Sir Terry Pratchett's Lords and Ladies, adapted by Irana Brown and Directed by John O'Connor.
Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg - the witches of Lancre - are the Discworld's only hope of rescue when elves threaten to take control with their hypnotic 'glamour'. Standing stones, wizards, Morris men, rude ...
We have a very very limited amount of remaining souvenirs now available for purchase through the shop.
What we have left is:
If you would like any of these items, please order them via the Shop. If you live in Adelaide, you can choose the "Pick up - Adelaide" option and arrange to collect them at ...
Well, wasn't that a wonderful weekend of whimsy, wizardry, and... werewolves? We hope you have enjoyed all that the Discworld has to offer in this amazing Grand Tour!
Thank you to our special guests Stephen Briggs, Daniel Knight, David Lloyd and Martin Pearson, our virtual guests Ian Stewart, Ray Friesen, and the Discworld Emporium, to Rob Wilkins and Colin Smythe, to Unseen Theatre Company, Hot for Joe Morris Dancers, Steamkittens, Susan Lonie, Matt Falloon, and all our volunteers, activity organisers, first aiders, security, press corpse, games teachers, gophers and anyone ...
If you've never been to a Discworld convention but Nullus Anxietas VI is catching your eye, then why not have a read of our Newbie's Guide to Discworld Conventions so you can find out a little more about the amazing weekend you'll have!
You'll find out:
At Nullus Anxietas V, you may have met Vicki Lanarch Hare, who is co-writing the Australian musical production of Good Omens. She shares with all fans this message and song:
I miss Terry Pratchett every single day. I had the enormous privilege of sitting with him several times over tea or lunch discussing my musical adaption of his and Neil Gaiman's treasured book Good Omens. Sir Terry was formidable. He was sharp and witty, incredibly direct and one of the kindest and most generous souls I've ever met.
I've been thinking about him so much lately I ...