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Hollow – Three Lost Children of Daylesford

June 8, 2017

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The days are counting down now until the story of Three Lost Children of Daylesford is told by Tripwire Theatre Inc in the play HOLLOW. The play is being performed at the historic Daylesford Town Hall from June 30 – July 02, 2017.

With my interest and blogging about this story over the past few years, it’s very exciting for me to follow the progress of the play and rehearsals. It’s only a few weeks away now, and I can’t wait to see this production which I have no doubt will be a great memorial to the 150th anniversary of the date that the children went missing in the Wombat Forest

Below are the official press photos taken by TRIPWIRE THEATRE COMPANY. I think they are amazing and really whet the appetite for what is to come in the play.

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Hollow press shots

Tickets to Hollow are available at TryBooking.com

You can  catch up on previous blog posts about this tragic story by searching in the box to the left.

Check out the Facebook page page so that you don’t miss out on any updates:   Previous blog posts can also be found there.

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2 Comments
  1. Enjoy Jennifer, it would certainly be fantastic to see the show.

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