On Saturday night I attended a local theatre with my sister and niece to watch the play of The Diary of Anne Frank.
I have to applaud the actors. They did a marvellous job of being the story to life.
Within minutes of the curtain opening I was absorbed into the story, the actors made me feel as though I was a part of their lives within the story.
You can read about it here.
I love the theatre and to be able to support my local theatre group is wonderful.
May The Southern Highlands Theatre Group continue their success.
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