IN PICTURES: Crowds pack Narrogin Town Hall for theatrical production of Albany Facey’s A Fortunate Life

Headshot of Isabel Vieira
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Theatre 180 Performers Stuart Halusz, Michael Abercromby and Rebecca Davis
Camera IconTheatre 180 Performers Stuart Halusz, Michael Abercromby and Rebecca Davis Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography

Narrogin Town Hall was full to the brim with theatre lovers on January 29 for A Fortunate Life, a theatrical adaption of Albert Facey’s adventurous life in the Wheatbelt.

Production companies Theatre 180 and CinemaStage collaborated to transform Facey’s book into an immersive theatre and cinematic performance.

The screen behind the actors was used to display archival footage, historic photographs, landscapes and animation to help tell the story.

The near-40C heat did not stop people packing into the historic building for the show.

The A Fortunate Life production was a sold out show.
Camera IconThe A Fortunate Life production was a sold out show. Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography
Theatre 180 Performers Stuart Halusz, Michael Abercromby and Rebecca Davis.
Camera IconTheatre 180 Performers Stuart Halusz, Michael Abercromby and Rebecca Davis. Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography
Barbara Fletcher and Robyn Flett.
Camera IconBarbara Fletcher and Robyn Flett. Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography
Pat Tombleson enjoying the show.
Camera IconPat Tombleson enjoying the show. Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography
Jonathon and Lilly Gillis.
Camera IconJonathon and Lilly Gillis. Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography
Maxine Clark and Brett Beecham.
Camera IconMaxine Clark and Brett Beecham. Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography
Bev Coultas and Dan Turner.
Camera IconBev Coultas and Dan Turner. Credit: Caroline Telfer Photography

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