Justine Clarke brings the stage to life in a pop up book theme highlighting the stories we tell through music and song.
The show includes a musical reading of Justine’s first book ‘The Gobbledygook Is Eating A Book’ due for release in late October through Penguin.
Through live music, the magic of story telling and an interactive use of the large screen backdrop, you won’t be able to resist being thoroughly engaged with this 55-minute musical odyssey of fun!
Embark on a fascinating after dark discovery of the Gardens.
Co-presented by local Ngunnawal Ranger Jay Daley, the afterDARK Dreamtime tour will explore how the natural features of Australian rainforests are interwoven with Aboriginal people’s religion, spirituality and survival due to their source of food, medicine and tools.
Learn how Rainforests are important story places for Aboriginal people as they symbolise features that came to be during the ancestral creation period known as Dreamtime.