Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters
By Stephen Briggs
Something silly this way comes... Wyrd Sisters is an adaptation of one of the best and most theatrical in the Discworld series of comic fantasies by Sir Terry Pratchett. It is a surreal mash-up of pantomime, Monty Python, fairy tale and Shakespeare, with particular reference to a lunatic version of 'Macbeth', seen from the skewed perspective of the three witches or 'Wyrd Sisters'. It is a fast-moving production, suitable for all ages from 10, but expect mild and frankly theatrical peril including explosions, a demon and explicit Steam Punk.