Round Earth – The Ship That Never Was

Round Earth – The Ship That Never Was

The Ship That Never Was is a live professional theatre production, performing in Strahan since January 1994, written by Richard Davey and produced by The Round Earth Company.
The play tells the dramatic and hilarious true story of the Great Escape from Sarah Island! Delightful family entertainment not to be missed!
Set in the most inhospitable place imaginable, this is the real-life and little-known tale of the Frederick, a ship built and stolen by the runaway convicts of Sarah Island, on the remote west coast of Tasmania.

It’s a thrilling tale told with heart, hilarity and a very sweet backstory. Writer Richard Davey created the play in Perth roughly 37 years ago and toured around Australia until 1994, when it found its permanent home in Strahan (pronounced Strawn), Tasmania – the home of Sarah Island. Today, almost a decade after his death, Davey’s daughter Kiah continues his legacy.

You can book here.

Where: At the Richard Davey Amphitheatre, next to the West Coast Information Centre, 12 The Esplanade, Strahan
When: 5:30pm every day (September to May)
How Long: approx. 1 hour 15 min
How Much: Adults $25.00, Concession $20.00, Student (18 yrs & over) $15.00, Children (4-17 yrs) $2.50, Family (2 adults & 2 or more children 4-17 yrs) $55.00
Ticket sales from 5:00pm. Cash, credit card and EFTPOS facilities available.
(Please note: Prices are subject to change)
Location: 8Esplanade, Strahan Tasmania 7468

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