5 Jun 2021 to 13 Jun 2021 Annual Event
Redland Museum hopes you will enjoy their 2021 Queensland Day play
performed by Theatre Redlands.
Evening and Matinee Performances
Your ticket will include a two-course meal, nibbles at Interval and the opportunity to watch this wonderful performance in air-conditioned comfort, as well as entry to the museum to browse through our fascinating displays.
A swaggie and a song and a sheep
Theatre Redlands presents Down Came a Jumbuck, a whimsical theory about how Banjo Paterson might have come to write Waltzing Matilda. Redland Museum’s inaugural Queensland Day production takes a satirical look at what happens when a mixture of business, patriotic fervour and creativity are brought to a rolling boil. In the second half, The Droving Days takes the audience to “Pub Redlands” to join a group of retired drovers and their mates, reminiscing about horses they’ve known and ridden and tall tales of unlikely characters, all woven through with Banjo Paterson’s timeless ballads.
Your ticket will include a two-course dinner, nibbles at interval and the opportunity to watch this wonderful Aussie performance in air-conditioned comfort, as well as entry to the museum to browse through our fascinating displays
5 Jun 2021 to 13 Jun 2021