Convict Footprints Productions Inc
Producing living history 'Theatre in the Wild' on Australian historic sites since 2012,
the multi-award-winning Convict Footprints is a registered not-for-profit organisation employing a professional cast and crew to bring stories of colonial Australian history to life through both public and educational performances.
Between Saturday 20 April 2019 and Sunday 21 April 2019As part of the 2019 Wisemans Colonial Weekend, Convict Footprints Productions will be bringing their Tobruk production down the hill for a bawdy romp in the gardens of the Wiseman's Ferry Inn over the Easter weekend. A fun and educational show for all the family, you'll leave knowing more than you ever thought you wanted to know about sheep farming in Australia!Wisemans Inn Hotel
Saturday 15 December 2018As part of the inaugural opening season for the newly commissioned Pioneer Theatre, The Convict Footprints Troupe bring you a historical romp - and in a fancy theatre no less! - of Victorian Melodrama with their unique style through the history of Wiseman and the Hawkesbury. Love, death and Ferries - with a body count bigger than Hamlet!Pioneer Theatre
Between Saturday 13 October 2018 and Sunday 21 October 2018Come join us on an immersive theatrical journey - not only through the site of Sydney's former Quarantine Station but also through the very fabric of time itself as we traverse the years down to the sea where it all began upon the shores of North Head with the first convicts in 1828.Q Station Manly
Friday 24 August 2018Convict Footprints once again joins with the wonderful folks at Tobruk Sydney for a unique evening of food, music and theatrical frolicks, all whilst learning about the entire history of the wool industry in our fledgling colony! Come join us for this our first foray into Theatre Restaurant as we present to you an evening of entertainment, edification and as much fun as you can have with a sheep ! Please note this is an 'adults only' show - our daytime Tobruk production is child-friendlyTobruk Sydney