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22

My Grandma Lived In Gooligulch

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My Grandma Lived in Gooligulch is a rollicking musical tale of city kid Kate who has to spend the summer holidays with her eccentric Grandma in outback Gooligulch.

Kate is sure it will be the worst holiday of her life – but when she finds the animals in Gooligulch can talk, her eyes are opened to a whole new world.

Friday 5 August @ 6:30pm
Saturday 6 August @ 11:00am & 1:00pm
Adults $20 | Child $15 | Family $60

You can buy tickets online or at the theatre.

We have a family pass (2 adults and 2 children)┬áto giveaway to the show of your choice – just leave a comment below: where does your Grandma live?

(the winner will be announced Monday morning 25/7)

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Comments

  1. Charlie Catling says:

    My grandma lives around the corner from me

  2. Samson Catling says:

    My Grandma lives in Coffs Harbour where I live.

  3. Kelly Gleeson says:

    Actually my grandmother has long since passed away – but her ashes used to live in a box on top of our buffet and hutch in the kitchen. She was right where she wanted to be – still involved and able to be a busy body! She has now been buried with my grandfather.

  4. Mia Craggs says:

    my grandma lives in a caravan and is travelling around Australia. She sends me parcels from interesting places.

  5. Lily N says:

    My nan would kill me if I called her grandma! she live nice and close and that’s just the way I like it

  6. Jodi M says:

    My grandma is 90 and lives in aged care. She is still a beautiful lady and loves socialising with the other residents, and is always happy to see us when we visit.

  7. Jaclyn says:

    My Grandma lives just down the road in Sawtell…we have just moved back here to be close to her.

  8. Rachael says:

    My nanny lives in her house in Korora and loves us all very much.

  9. Jade S says:

    My Nan lives in my heart.

  10. Karina says:

    My Nan lives in Sydney, but doesn’t know who I am due to alzeihmers.

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