Wyrd Sisters

Award-winning Rickmansworth Players are proud to perform the fantastic Terry Pratchett’s sixth Discworld novel Wyrd Sisters, adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs to mark Discworld’s 25th anniversary.


On nights such as this, witches are abroad. Well, not actually abroad. They don’t like the food and you can’t trust the water and the shamans always hog the deckchairs.


The king is dead, long live the king! Well, not so much. The Kingdom of Lancre is in turmoil after King Verence dies in mysterious circumstances. With his cousin Duke Felmet – accompanied by the obnoxious Lady Felmet – now on the throne and ruling with an iron fist, Verence isn’t about to take death lying down.
The only person who can take the throne is the infant Prince, but he’s missing. Last seen in the charge of three local witches, Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat Garlick. The witches have a rule never to interfere, but with the life of a child at stake and the fate of the Kingdom at hand…


Granny has a saying about rules, if you're going to break them "Break them good and hard!”

Forthcoming Dates
Wyrd Sisters The Pump House
Watford
Wyrd Sisters The Pump House
Watford
Wyrd Sisters The Pump House
Watford
Wyrd Sisters The Pump House
Watford
Wyrd Sisters The Pump House
Watford
Wyrd Sisters The Pump House
Watford