The Magic Of Terry Pratchett

Comedy |

Starts 8pm | Tickets £17.50 | Theatre

Join author and comedian Marc Burrows on a journey through the life and work of Sir Terry Pratchett, based on his Locus Award-winning biography and officially endorsed by the author’s estate. Explore Pratchett’s life, influences, impact, wit and wisdom, from his days as a school librarian to his time as a trainee journalist to his untimely death from Alzheimers in 2015. Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Discworld and discover the joy, anger, and delicious cock‘n’ bull stories of one of the greatest storytellers of all time. Warning: includes bad puns and unnecessary footnotes.

★★★★ Scotsgay

“We leave the Gilded Balloon, even more determined than ever to continue to speak the name of Terry Pratchett, and do as he did – tell stories [not necessarily 100% true, but GOOD stories], choose how we want to tell our own stories, and  keep Terry Pratchett the man and the author alive in our minds and our hearts.”

★★★★ The Reviews Hub

“The hour is packed with humour, factoids, and motivational convictions that will leave you feeling fuller and more optimistic. The power of stories in the world has never been more evident.”

★★★★ North West End

“The heart of the show was his own voice and insights. His words, accompanied by shown illustrations, brought depth to the experience, evoking both laughter and reflection.”

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