Theatre and Clickies Galore
Gosh, it's September already? It's been five months since Nullus Anxietas 7 wrapped up, and it's still almost 2 years until Nullus Anxietas 7a, but in the meantime, there's plenty of wonderful Discworld events happening around Australia for you to enjoy!
Over the next several months there are many Discworld plays happening all over the place. Make sure you attend a performance of one of the plays near you! If Discworld plays prove popular, it'll mean amateur theatre companies will keep performing them.
Brisbane Arts Theatre - details and tickets at https://www.artstheatre.com.au/maskerade
GC Theatre Company - details and tickets at https://stagecenta.com/showid/5424/ShowdetailsC.aspx
Lismore Theatre Company - details and tickets at https://www.lismoretheatrecompany.org.au/current-production
Gemco Players - details and tickets at https://www.gemcoplayers.org/whatson/2018/12/5/going-postal
Unseen Theatre Company - details and tickets at http://bakehousetheatre.com/shows/going-postal
Troll Bridge by Snowgum Films has been going great guns since its release at FlickerFest in January 2019, and our special screening, retrospective and Cast & Crew interview at the Australian Discworld Convention in April.
There have been dozens of screenings around the world, and the film has won some amazing awards including Best Fantasy Film at the GenCon Film Festival in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
You still have a chance to see the film throughout Australia, check out our current list of screenings below:
CSFF'19 Awards Night https://www.csff.com.au/
Presented by the City of Small Gods Terry Pratchett Fan Club
Screenings before the play "Going Postal"
Keep an eye on http://www.trollbridge.film/screenings and Snowgum Films's Facebook page to find out even more times and locations of upcoming screenings. You can support the project by pre-ordering your own copy of the film at http://www.trollbridge.film/pre-order .
Relive some of the highlights of the Nullus Anxietas 7 Opening Ceremony with this short clickie of our own! With thanks to Snowgum Films and Growing Brain Productions for the footage
If you're in one of the capital cities of Australia, there are always activities arranged by your local fan club. We have active fan clubs in Sydney (central and west), Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and Hobart.
Find out everything about your local club and join their Facebook Groups via https://ausdwcon.org/fan-clubs/
News from The Watch – the TV series being developed by the BBC – young rising star Adam Hugill has been cast as Captain Carrot, according to Deadline. This is the first piece of casting news from this production, and we look forward to much more. With the success of Good Omens on Amazon Prime earlier this year, and the upcoming animated film based on The Amazing Maurice, plus (of course) Troll Bridge – we can be excited about seeing many more Pratchett adaptations on screen in the future.