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The Goldrush is at the height of its popularity and a tidal wave of humanity from every creed, class and country has been swept up and washed upon the shores of this strange and distant land.
The Government struggles to maintain control and order but as thousands of hopeful men and women abandon essential posts and positions, the strain and turmoil of gold fever threatens to bring a new and fragile colony to its knees.
When young, Australian-born digger William Quinlan arrives on the Victorian Goldfields full of hope and promise, he enters a world more complicated and dangerous than he could ever have imagined.
Caught in an ever-escalating conflict between oppressive government forces and revolutionary ideologues, William along with so many others will learn the real cost of gold and the true value of freedom.
As stockades rise and diggers fall it will lead every individual to question what they are prepared to gain and what they are prepared to lose?
Relive history in this dramatic and personal retelling of the people caught in the maelstrom of one of the most influential events in Australia’s modern history.
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FIRSTLY, IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL, AWAITING A COVID TEST RESULT, RESIDE WITH SOMEONE WHO IS AWAITING A COVID TEST RESULT, OR HAVE RECENTLY RETURNED FROM OVERSEAS OR A COVID HOTSPOT, PLEASE STAY AT HOME. We thank you in advance for taking everyone's health into consideration and keeping everyone safe. Call the venue and let us know up to two hours prior to your performance start time and the venue will try to arrange seats at an alternative date and time.
BRING A MASK, WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO PUT ON IT ON BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING It is recommended by NSW government to wear a mask in situations where you are unable to 1.5m socially distance. We strongly recommend all patrons over the age of 12 wear a mask while inside the venue.
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VISIT OUR KIOSK FOR A DRINK AND SNACK AND FIND YOUR SEAT To reduce congestion in the foyers, please make your way to the kiosk for refreshments or the theatre doors on arrival. Theatre doors will open approximately 30 minutes prior to show time. It is a requirement for you to be seated to consume your food and drinks.
HAVE YOUR TICKETS READY To streamline entry into the theatre, please have your tickets in hand or on your phone ready to be sighted by our ushers.
ENJOY THE SHOW! You have made it this far - high five! After many days of staying at home, please enjoy the wonderful production that the performers have waited so long to share with you. While you are enjoying the show, please remain in your seat where possible to maintain social distancing. There will be an intermission for those who require a toilet break. However, if you do not require this please do your leg stretches in your seat to support social distancing.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Let's enjoy the show!
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