Fantastic tale on Rose stage

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AN adaptation of a Terry Pratchett novel is currently showing at Kidderminster’s Rose Theatre.

The Nonentities’ performance of Maskerade will run until Saturday with an extra matinee performance that day.

The tale, described as “Phantom of the Opera rebooted for the Tarantino generation”, sees a cheese-maker, who has bought an opera house, finding it is haunted by a ghost.

Following Maskerade, The Nonentities will be helping patrons to get into the festive mood, with their traditional Christmas entertainment, running at The Rose from December 9 to 12 at 7.30pm.

Kerena Taylor, publicity manager for the Rose, said: “The promise is to bring music, stories, poems, reading and singing. If that isn’t enough to tempt people out on a cold wet winter’s evening, included in the price is a mince pie and a glass of mulled wine.”

To buy tickets call 01562 743745 or visit

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