Southern Forest Arts in partnership with the Nannup Music Festival and bringing Western Australia’s much-loved classic ‘A Fortunate Life’ to Nannup in April. Produced by THEATRE 180 and CinemaStage the live performance coincides with the Blackwood River Arts Trail.
Adapted and written for the stage by Jenny Davis and Stuart Halusz. The live performance features three actors performing in front of a cinematic backdrop with images of landscapes linked to the story.
A Fortunate Life is an autobiography by Albert Facey published in 1981, nine months before his death. It chronicles his early life in Western Australia, his experiences as a private during the Gallipoli campaign of World War I and his return to civilian life after the war. A documentation of Facey’s extraordinary life of hardship, loss, friendship and love the story is a favourite amongst readers from all over the world and continues to be studied within the school syllabus.
Venue: Nannup Recreation Centre
Date: Friday 14th April
Time: Doors open 6.30pm for a 7pm sharp start
Prices: Adults $25, Concession $20, SFA members $20, Children (Under 18) $10