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WIND IN THE WILLOWS AT THE BOTANICAL GARDENS : 2 FAMILY PASSES TO GIVE AWAY

It’s that time of year again. The amazing Mr Toad and his bonny, boisterous pals are heading back to Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden for the 17th consecutive year to entertain littlies and biggies in Glenn Elston’s outdoor production of The Wind in The Willows.

From Saturday 4 to Sunday 26 January children will giggle and howl at the characters’ mad antics, go on an adventure with Head Chief Rabbit, Ratty and Mole, then join a dangerous mission with the Rat Pack and Badger Patrol to rescue little, lost Portly the Otter from the Wild Wood.

This is interactive theatre at its best and will have the children calling out, “He’s behind you!” and singing lyrics, “Waggle your ears, wiggle your nose,” or the inimitable “Quack quack quackady-quack”. So, pack a picnic, pack the kids and head on down to the riverbank for this rollicking promenade production.

Link: www.willowslive.com.au

Sydney Arts Guide has two family passes to give away to the performance on  Saturday 11th January  at 10.30am. Email editor.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com with Wind in the Willows promotion in the subject heading. The winners will be advised by email.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUDREY OF THE OUTBACK BY CHRISTINE HARRIS @ KING STREET THEATRE NEWTOWN

Audrey, a 1930’s outback girl with the world’s biggest backyard.

The Eaton Gorge Theatre Company and EMU Productions are proud to present this timeless Australian tale of growing up. The story is based on the adventures of a 9 year old girl Audrey Barlow who lives in the outback in 1930’s Australia. There’s a lot of change occurring in the outside world as Audrey wonders about the really important things in life such as …whether being a swaggie is lonelier than being a girl and how many eggs can a chicken hold in their stomach at one time? Continue reading AUDREY OF THE OUTBACK BY CHRISTINE HARRIS @ KING STREET THEATRE NEWTOWN