Blast Furnace Theatre present 3 Little Pigs

Blast Furnace Theatre

BLAST FURNACE THEATRE PRESENTS 3 LITTLE PIGS

Sat 13th, Sun 14th, Sat 20th, Sun 21st January 2018, 1pm start

For all ages

 

Bookings are essential – to book phone 0401478168

Enjoy a family picnic in the beautiful grounds of Eskbank house while The Three Little Pigs and a Rock’n’Roll Wolf engage in a battle of wits and wind. The pigs just want to be left alone. The wolf just wants to find fame and fortune. Will they overcome their natures and find a way to achieve their dreams, or will they be trapped by the classic story? This remastered fairy tale will have you laughing, dancing and rocking along.

This show is for the whole family, but aimed at children 5-12

Tickets are $15, or group bookings of 4+ $10 per person. Children under 4 enter free.

Eskbank Voices – 175th Anniversary Exhibition until 28th January 2018

Voices of Eskbank – 175th Anniversary exhibition 

25th November – 28th January

“…this building which represents so much in the history of Lithgow.” Lithgow Historical Committee to Australian Iron & Steel, 28 September 1944

Voices of Eskbank captures key moments and individuals associated with the history of Eskbank House including the influential industrialists Thomas Brown, James Rutherford, William Sandford and the Hoskins Brothers.

Eskbank House was built for Thomas and Mary Brown c.1841 – 1842 and has been at the heart of Lithgow’s industrial development ever since. Eric Bracey purchased it from Australian Iron and Steel in 1948, and with the Lithgow District Historical Society, opened it as museum on 21st November 1966.

This exhibition and accompanying publication mark the anniversary of that gift and 175 years since the house was built.

This exhibition was made possible with the support of a Heritage Near Me Grant from the New South Wales Government.