Terry Pratchett's Comedy "Eric" In York NOW!

Posted in Theatre on July, 07 2003 3:35 PM

The first ever professional stage production of "Eric" by Terry Pratchett is now running.  Opening night was on Thursday and you can catch a performance every night, Monday to Saturday, at 7:30 at Clifford's Tower, York, until the final performance on Saturday July 26th.

It's a fun comedy, whether you're a fan of Pratchett's work or not, which has been adapted for the stage by Scott Harrison and Lee Harris and is directed by Lee York.

Pratchett officionadoes may be interested to hear that the performance features the first ever appearance of "The Luggage" on stage and exclusive Pratchett merchandise by Bernard Pearson, which is all certain to become instant collectors items, will be available at every performance.

You can book tickets for the performance by clicking here to go to production company The Dreaming's website.  Doing so will give you a 20% discount off the door price for booking in advance.  They're selling fast so book now to avoid disappointment!


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