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Would you listen to a fortune teller?
From January 7-25, The Maritime Museum has a special school holiday show called Ghosts of Memory Cove.
It's the story of Mr Thistle who joined Matthew Flinders' crew and sailed from England in 1801 to chart Australia's unknown coast. A fortune teller warned Mr Thistle against taking the voyage, but he did not take the advice and sailed anyway.
So what happened to Mr Thistle? Did the fortune teller's predictions come true?
Come and take part in this exciting interactive adventure starring and learn what happened to Mr Thistle!
Written, produced by and starring Michael Mills of South Australia's own Heaps Good Productions, The Ghosts of Memory Cove features performers from the Australian Classical Youth Ballet, and the Adelaide Youth Theatre.
This special performance is included free with admission to the Maritime Museum, and is a special event for the school holidays.