Ozact performs Much Ado About Nothing this weekend showing that the road to true love never does run smooth.
This is Shakespeare's strategic guide to the 'battle between the sexes', loaded with comic incident; bumbling security guards, squabbling brothers, and mismatched lovers.
The play is full of suspense, high drama and delightful comedy, brought to life in the spectacular heritage gardens of Dalvui Homestead.
The homestead's gardens were designed in 1898 by William Guilfoyle, the architect of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne.
This play is set in the magnificent garden setting, with exotic trees, cascading ponds, herbaceous borders, formal hedges, lush sweeping lawns, and a pavilion surrounded by decorative fruit trees.
It's on at 431 Mackinnons Bridge Rd in Noorat. Bookings essential. Sunday's performance is sold out and limited tickets remain for Saturday. To book go to ozact.com
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