Through These Lines

2014 Regional Tour of NSW


An original Australian play based on the letters and diaries of Australian army nurses serving in WWI.

Follow Sister Florence Whiting on her 4 year journey — from departure on the troopship Kyarra, to tours of duty in the Dardanelles, Lemnos, Egypt, France & the Western Front.

Be part of an intimate and unique theatrical experience at these historically significant venues in NSW in 2014.

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Newcastle Fort Scratchley Buy tickets
South West Rocks Trial Bay Gaol Buy tickets
Coffs Harbour Bunker Cartoon Gallery Buy tickets
Lismore Lismore City Hall Buy tickets
Lithgow Lithgow Small Arms Factory Museum Buy tickets
Manildra Soldiers Memorial Hall Buy tickets
Cootamundra The Coota Club Buy tickets
Wagga Wagga Kyeamba Smith Hall Buy tickets
Mittagong Mittagong Playhouse Buy tickets
Sydney Australian National Maritime Museum Buy tickets

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Detail: No. 2 Australian General Hospital / Mena House / Egypt. The first batch of wounded Australian soldiers from Gallipoli / May 1915
Australians from Anzac, taking the short cut to Sarpi rest camp
THE FINAL ACT ON THE SITE OF THE HOSPITAL.
Poster: Through These Lines, Fort Scratchley, 2014
Australian Rest Camp at Sarpi. The 3rd A.G.H. is seen in the opposite distance.
Looking north from Helleketelweg
Egyptian sheep for Indian troops, Lemnos
Remount depot, Lemnos
Sisters Beulah McMinn & Ellen Barron
View W to Le Hamel from German command post 'Wolfsberg'
Mouquet Farm, Pozières
Monument

A daily, random selection of photos that have formed part of our research for the play.

Taylor Allen Lighting
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Norglass Paints & Specialty Finishes
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