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... eurgh. Let's not do that again.


The Pagan Federation and the Rollright Trust have decided that their perfect fundraiser has to be a performance of Terry Pratchett's Lords and Ladies in the King's Circle itself. No, really, they even got in a fight director to arrange the battles between the Elves and the Mortals. Apparently the Friday night performances aren't suitable for children, though I can't think why, I don't think I've ever read anything rude in a Pratchett book. Or is this one of those cases where slash is colliding with fiction? Read all about it.

After the Rollrights, it goes to a stone circle in Lime Tree Farm Hutts Lane in Grewelthorpe. Shades of In the Mouth of Madness, but with tentacles and visceral horror replaced by shiny elephants and oddball fantasy humour. A trip to Grewelthorpe to see Lords and Ladies in a stone circle the first step on the road which will turn the real world into the Discworld ...


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2nd Aug, 2002 07:50 (UTC)
a performance of Terry Pratchett's Lords and Ladies in the King's Circle itself
Wow. That's so cool. I'd be there in a shot if I was in a country that had stone circles.

Maybe it's not rudeness that renders it unsuitable for children, but just really vicious fight scenes. That would be good -- seeing violence actually treated as a reason for ratings as opposed to usually rating mostly for sexual content.
2nd Aug, 2002 15:27 (UTC)
i believe
...that the minor unsuitability of Fridays is due to a pre-play performance by the Prince Albert Morris
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