When: SAT 2/3 at 5PM
At Star Theatres, 117 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton
Within months of bombing Pearl Harbor in December 1941, the feared Japanese war machine had taken Singapore and the Philippines and was now bombing Darwin. The loss of Pt Moresby would be a disaster for Australia, next to be invaded. But initially we sent only poorly trained, young, larrikins recruited off the streets of Melbourne to defend New Guinea along the Kokoda track. Now look into the eyes of one of those boys who fought to save Australia from the Japanese as he tells his story from our most famous battle that turned the Pacific War.
Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, 'Kokoda' is presented at the Adelaide Fringe by Palmerston Projects Pty Ltd.
Tickets $19.50 each. Collect there on night.