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Fort Lytton At Night a lost story

Fort Lytton at Night – A Lost Story from the Great War

Fort Lytton at Night – A Lost Story from the Great War is a fascinating and unique outdoor theatre performance set in the surrounds of historic Fort Lytton.

The show, performed by actors in period garb, tells the ‘lost’ story of decorated World War I hero Raymond Augustus Stanley, who was born and bred in Brisbane and who served at Gallipoli and on the Western Front.

Fort Lytton at Night – A Lost Story from the Great War

Audiences will be transported not just back in time but around the world during the intimate evening performance, which is set to bring the 19th century fortifications back to life with an accompanying sound and light show.

Need to know – Not suitable for children under 12 years of age. Arrive at 6.30 for a 7pm start.

Fort Lytton at Night – A Lost Story from the Great War

Nice to know – Fort Lytton at Night is part of the Go Back in Time program which showcases the heritage sites scattered throughout Moreton Bay.

Bookings Ph: 3393 4647 or email [email protected]

Images Credit: Steve Browne, Queensland Government

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