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Win double passes to see Harbour Theatre’s The Railway Children

Few who have seen the classic family film The Railway Children will forget those words, or the emotion they provoke. Based on E. Nesbit’s novel, this wonderful story will soon be brought to life once again when Harbour Theatre brings it to the stage at Camelot. This fresh new adaptation is based on the huge hit that was staged at Waterloo Station in London. Readers have the chance to win one of 5 in-season double passes. See the How to Enter info on this page.

The Railway Children was published as a book in 1906 by Edith Nesbit. It tells the story of three Edwardian-era children who have to leave their London home and move to a country village, after their father is imprisoned. With a large and talented cast, award-winning director Jane Sherwood brings to life the themes of friendship, care, compassion and determination as the children come to terms with their change in circumstance. So ‘tickets please and all aboard’ for a wonderful festive season treat for the whole family!

The Railway Children plays at Harbour Theatre on 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 & 9 December @ 7.30pm, with matinees @ 2pm on 3 and 10 December 2017.  Tickets Adults $25.50 full; $23.40 conc; $20.50 children < 15yo and f/t students. Bookings @ 9255 3336 or http://www.taztix.com.au (fees apply).  Find Camelot at 16 Lochee Street, Mosman Park. Plenty of parking at the door. Why not also enjoy a light lunch and refreshments at Arthurs, Camelot’s very own café and bar.

Fill out the entry form below for your chance to win!

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:  Competition closes 4pm 21.11.17 with winners announced in the 25.11.17 edition of your Herald.

 

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