Final view of the Toad

Winner of last years Anywhere Theatre Festival, and following four sell out shows, The Rogue Toad is back, and there is one more opportunity to see this hilarious show, Australia Day. Written and Directed by Tania Nash, the play, set on the Noosa River, tells the story of five anthropomorphic friends who set out on an adventure and find prejudice and love along the way.

Boarding the ferry in Tewantin at Noosa Marina, enjoy the scenery as you watch The Rogue Toad performed as you cruise the river picking up characters on the way, including a family of friendly blue tongues.

Ratty, an Australian bush rat, loves helping people out and when his mate from the UK, Mole, asks him a favour, he can’t refuse. But Ratty’s not smart enough to help him out all on his own, so he enlists his mate Toad to help, and this is where the fun and games begin. Toad is a little prejudiced in his thinking and then there’s the beautiful Turkish badger and we are in for a hilarious story of love, mateship and a little humble pie.

This is a fabulous way to spend a lazy few hours celebrating Australia Day and enjoying the beautiful scenery, enjoying a few glasses of bubbly and laughing at the antics of some clever animal friends.

Ticket price includes a couple of glasses of sparkling wine, beer or OJ and a packet of chips and the journey takes about two hours.Book at wwwtrybooking.com/XLUR or phone Tania Nash on 0414761772.

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