HARBOUR Theatre is going full steam ahead with the company’s season of Edwardian family classic The Railway Children at Camelot, Mosman Park, from December 1 to 10.
This new adaptation by Mike Kenny follows the adventures of three Edwardian children – Roberta, Phyllis and Peter – who leave their London home after their father is imprisoned.
Director Jane Sherwood said the large and talented cast was bringing to life a play that looked at the values of friendship, helpfulness, care, compassion and determination.
“The story of this family coming to terms with a change in their surroundings and social circle, as well as the loss of a loved one, gives us hope this Christmas as our railway children embody the spirit of the season in dealing with danger, working through their woes and following their dreams,” Sherwood said.
Tickets are at www.taztix.com.au.