Unseen Theatre Company presents:
Sir Terry Pratchett’s hilarious send up of redemption in the age of technology.
Original novel by Sir Terry Pratchett.
Adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs
Directed by Pamela Munt
Moist von Lipwig is a con artist. He has excellent qualifications and experience for this line of work. He is a fraud, a natural born-criminal, an habitual liar, a perverted genius and totally untrustworthy.
This is the sort of man to whom Lord Vetinari (Patrician of Ankh-Morpork) offers a life choice – dance the hemp fandango, or put Ankh-Morpork’s ailing postal service back on its feet.
It is going to be a tough decision for Moist, but perhaps there’s a shot at redemption for a man who’s prepared to push the envelope?
Of course before he comes anywhere close to success, he will have a multitude of problems to overcome. Just to mention a few, there is his parole officer Mr. Pump – a golem made of clay who, like any other government official, is tireless in his sense of duty; there are tons of undelivered mail who insist on talking to him; the shadowy characters from the Grand Trunk Company want him deader than his dead letters, and his new “girlfriend” sees straight through him. So much for SWALK! And here he'd thought that all he'd have to face was rain, snow, gloom of night, and the odd vicious dog or two.
Will Moist Von Lipwig redeem himself, or will he end up “going postal”? Join us in this hilarious adventure from the pen of world famous author Sir Terry Pratchett to find out.
Comments about Sir Terry Pratchett, original author of the book:-
“He is screamingly funny. He is wise. He has style” – Daily Telegraph.
“To say that Terry Pratchett is popular is a bit like saying the Arctic Circle is a bit nippy” – Sunday Express.
WHEN: November 20 to 30 (Wed to Sat) at 8pm.
WHERE: Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street, Adelaide
TICKETS: Adults $22, Conc $18, Groups (6+) $16, Preview $16
BOOKINGS: www.bakehousetheatre.com (or at the door on the night – subject to availability)
Venue: Bakehouse Theatre, 255 Angas Street, Adelaide