Something Wyrd this way comes
THE hilarious world of Terry Pratchett comes to Dursley in October .
The town's theatre group Dursley Operatic and Dramatic Society is about to perform an adaptation of one of his much-loved novels, Wyrd Sisters.
The DODS will opening their 2013/14 season with the comedy Wyrd Sisters, adapted by Stephen Briggs from Terry Pratchett's Discworld novel.
The comedy is Terry's take on Shakespeare's Macbeth and is being directed by DODS member Jalea Ward, a long-standing Terry Pratchett fan.
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Jalea said: "This really is a dream come true for me. I've been a massive admirer of Terry's books and to direct Wyrd Sisters as my directorial debut for the DODS is a huge honour.
"We've got an enthusiastic and talented cast with many new faces which is great to see, and the production is supported by a highly skilled backstage crew.
"The play is a warm and funny adaptation of Terry's fantastic story.
"It should appeal not only to Terry's legion of fans but to anyone who enjoys a good night at the theatre."
The play will be performed between October 9 to 12 at the Lister Hall, Dursley.
Tickets are now on sale, call 07890 203318 or via the society's website at the-dods.com.
The Dursley Box Office venue has moved to The Chantry Centre, (Lister Hall) Long Street on a Monday and Friday morning.