Mort by Terry Pratchett, adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs
Directed by Dimitri Gibara
15 to 25 May 2024
Step into Discworld with “Mort,” the hilarious and fantastical stage adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s beloved masterpiece, expertly crafted by Stephen Briggs. Join Mort, a young and reluctant apprentice to Death, on a journey through the whimsical and absurd realms of Pratchett’s imagination. Briggs brings the vibrant characters and witty dialogue to life, ensuring an unforgettable theatrical experience. From Death’s cosmic bureaucracy to the hilarity of the afterlife, this production captures the essence of Pratchett’s genius. Don’t miss your chance to witness the magic, wit, and charm of “Mort” on stage—a celebration of fantasy, humor, and the extraordinary.
20 to 30 November 2024 (Wednesdays to Saturdays – 8 performances in total)
All shows 7.30 pm
Aikmans Road, Merivale
Tickets NZD$30, Concessions $25
Concession prices apply to Gold Card holders, Community Service Card & KiwiAble Leisure Card holders, Full-time students (tertiary & secondary) & Under-18s.
Proof of entitlement must be presented upon admission.
Group bookings of 10 or more – Concession rate applies!
Special discount for school group bookings! (Contact us for more information)
Full Subscriber Members of Repertory & complimentary voucher holders please contact us for booking instructions.
Please note: seating is by general admission (no seat numbers allocated).
Wheelchair access available.
(A Community Theatre production by special arrangement with Colin Smythe Ltd with all royalty proceeds donated to the Orangutan Foundation)
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