The timeless, lovable and charismatic characters of Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind In The Willows are calling the Adelaide Botanic Gardens home for these school holidays; introducing people of all ages to the many wonders of the Riverbank and Toad Hall.
Vere means faith, and there is faith aplenty in this story of a brilliant physics lecturer struck down by a debilitative disease leading to rapid onset dementia and a form of Parkinson’s.
The production looks at some of the many aspects of love, as seen through the Elizabethan eyes of William Shakespeare. Don’t waste too long in booking, as Shakespeare always has great appeal.
From beginning to end, Just Like the Movies is a work filled with immense talent.
Watching Sepia feels like stumbling scross a pleasant surprise.