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Diary of a Wombat

Friday 20th October / presented by James Hall

Have you ever found theatre to be a little too loud, lights were too bright or it all just went a little too fast?

Well we might just have the play for you..

Diary of a Wombat is a new performance  aimed to bring theatre in a more relaxed and slower form, the lights are dimmed as you are walked through the performance in a safe relaxed atmosphere.

This is apart of the Awesome Arts Australia Festival running through till October 30.

We're joined by Michael Cullen Puppeteer and Creator of the show to give us all the details..

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