Katoomba Theatre company Annouce the Production of An original Australian Play

Blue Mountains Katoomba Theatre Company announce the up coming production of an original Australian play called "Byzantium".


Blue Mountains Katoomba Theatre Company announce the up coming production of an original Australian play called “Byzantium”.


Byzantium is an amazing journey into the events that forged the ANZAC spirit. From the shores of England to a Sydney Pub. The audience is taken through scattered scenes of Egypt and the shores of Gallipoli deep into the heart of war, tragedy, remembrance and ultimate victory in defeat. It is this complex web that gave life to an Army Corps and the newly formed nations of Australia and New Zealand.


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The important new work is about Australian Involvement in Gallipoli – Byzantium is a play written by Ingle knight a multi-award winning playwright. This is an original Australian story commemorating the Sacrifice of the ANZACs during the First World War. – This New play investigates the heroism, tragedy and ultimate Sacrifice that forged the ANZAC Spirit.


The Katoomba Theatre Company with a grant from the Department of Veteran Affairs will produce the play which will be performed by Blue Mountains Artists. Directed by Larry Buttrose, Musical score by renowned Australia Composer Kim Cunio with Sydney Opera house Theatre, Lighting and Design technician Chris Day.


Come to enjoy an Authentic experience with displays including specially prepared designer food from the 1914 era.


Full details on the production can be found on the company website at https://www.Katoombatheatrecompany.com.au/.


When asked about the reasons behind creating this production, a spokes person for the Theatre Company said:


This Important New work is about the story behind the story. What happened and why so many ANZAC’s lost their lives in the First World War.


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