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November 13

1790: A tale Not Often Told – Robert Thomson reminds us that we are our history. (Theatre Review)

1790:A Tale Not Often Told Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre 13-15 November. You can grab tickets here. I remember once hearing David Malouf speaking about the Australian’s resistance to assimilating American culture. We were gathered (virtually at his feet but not quite) at a bookshop in Sydney and he was talking about American’s that were […]

November 06

1790: A Tale Not Often Told – Theatre interview with director Pete Malicki.

1790: A Tale Not Often Told 13 – 15 November, Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre You can grab your tickets here. http://www.foundingmodernaustralia.com.au The story of Arthur Phillip, first governor of NSW and founder of the settlement now known to us as Sydney, and Woollarawarre Bennelong of the Eora nation and their friendship, is a multilayered […]