Delano has a pair of tickets to give away to the BGT all-female cast production of a new version of “Picnic at Hanging Rock”.
A story invented by Joan Lindsay for her 1967 novel, later made into a haunting film by Peter Weir, the story of the disappearance of three schoolgirls and their teacher on Valentine’s Day 1900 at the Hanging Rock geological formation in Victoria has passed into Australian folklore. Now comes a new theatrical adaptation of “Picnic at Hanging Rock” by Tom Wright. The play debuted in 2016 and was produced at the Barbican in London earlier this year. BGT’s Tony Kingston snapped up the rights to perform Wright’s play at Neimënster later this month.
The new version features an all-female cast of five (photo Matic Zorman) playing all of the roles. Some of the actresses spend a large part of the play in male roles, and in some cases have to change between characters of different sex in a matter of seconds.
To win a pair of tickets to see the show on Wednesday 25th April, simply answer the question and complete the form below.