Wednesday, October 19, 2011


Posts in the Paddock is a new play about Jimmy Governor which includes the Aboriginal perspective for the first time.
The idea came from a descendent of the O'Brien family, three members of which were murdered by Jimmy and Joe Governor at Merriwa in the Hunter Valley.
Three years in the making, it sounds like it will be a fabulous production and well worth seeing.
Posts in the Paddock will be staged at the Performance Space at Carriageworks (the old railway workshops near Newtown) from Wednesday 9-19 November.
Tickets are $30, concessions $20 and are available now.
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