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On Saturday, the 13th of June, Redland Museum is showcasing a Historical Presentation - Presumed Guilty
You see, 13th June 2017 marks 130 years to the day since Ellen Thomson was executed at Boggo Road Gaol - the only woman ever to be legally hanged in Queensland.
Margaret Dakin has researched Ellen Thompson's tragic story and, together with Glenda Ashleigh and other speakers, will give a living history performance of Ellen's background and her story leading to her death.
What was her crime? Did she do it? Was she alone?
As an introduction and separate to the play that will be performed elsewhere in Brisbane later in the year, they will bring historical context and give a living history performance to the audience at Redland Museum, with speakers, audio visuals & music plus spoken excerpts from the play.
The presentation will commence at 2pm and go through till 3:30pm. Afternoon tea will be provided after the presentation. Tickets are $10pp for Members and $12 for non Members. Bookings are essential.
The Redland Museum, 60 Smith Street, Cleveland, in the Showgrounds precinct, is a wheelchair-friendly venue with both on and off street parking. I would like to add that they are also renowned for their afternoon teas.