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Inspired by real-life stories from rural Australia, The Farmer’s Daughter tackles themes of change and resilience while celebrating the lives of the people who live and work on the land.

This show explores the bond between a girl and her grandfather in an astounding visual celebration of the powerful relationship of people and the environment. Puppets, performers, lights and sound vividly recreate rural Australia and invite a deeper understanding of the families who call it home.

Upcoming AUSLAN performances
Friday 6 July, 2018 10:00-11:00am
Saturday 14 July, 2018 1:00-2:00pm

Thank you to J M Wright Memorial Fund (held by Fremantle Foundation) for their generous support, enabling Spare Parts Puppet Theatre to bring AUSLAN interpretation to these performances.


When

Saturday 14 July 2018

Where
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre
1 Short Street Fremantle
(opposite the Fremantle Train Station)

Cost

$25

Booking

Bookings essential
Call 9335 5044
sppt.asn.au

Scene of two female and one male actor, on stage in Spare Parts Puppet Theatre's The Farmer's Daughter

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