Convict Footprints: Rebellion! - A lesson in local history for the whole family
History lessons never looked so good with Convict Footprints: Rebellion! storming into Castle Hill Heritage Park this June. Featuring an epic re-enactment of the 1804 Convict uprising, young and old alike will love this interactive lesson in local history presented by the award winning Convict Footprints Productions.
Best known for their interactive historical interpretations of Bella Vista Farm and the Old Great North Road, the cast and crew of Convict Footprints takes a dry page of history and turns it into a belly-shaking, eyepopping, tear-inducing lesson in local heritage and the commonality of the human experience, irrespective of era.
Convict Footprints: Rebellion! is both engaging and educational, offering audiences the chance to experience the stories of The Hills early inhabitants first hand.
Rebellion! will feature four performances commencing at 10:30am and 3pm on both 25 & 26 June. Each performance will run for approximately one and a half hours. Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne, said events like Rebellion! offer Hills locals the chance to learn about local history in a fun and exciting way.
Treat the family to an experience like no other with the living theatre performance of Rebellion! 25 & 26 June. Tickets on sale now, under 9’s are free. For more information or to buy tickets visit www.thehills.nsw.gov.au