Pirates at the Barn: Smugglers Beware
Adventure, excitement and plenty of laughter -- these are the ingredients which make Eleanor Witcombe's two plays such a delight to read and perform. Characters abound; there are smugglers and superior ladies, dashing young officers, villains and honest folk, but it is the resourceful children who discover the goings-on in Sydney town early last century.
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