Harbour Theatre Presents...


By E. Nesbit, adapted by Mike Kenny
Directed by Jane Sherwood

A Community Theatre Production by special arrangement with Origin™ Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French Inc

EVENING @ 7:30pm
Dec. 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 & 9

Dec. 3 & 10

The Railway Children


TAZ Entertainment
  08 9255 3336

A$25.50 Full
A$23.50 Concession
A$20.50 F/T Student/child <15 yrs
NOTE: Ticket fees apply
At arrival to the theatre please present yourself to the Harbour Theatre Box Office
There are NO REFUNDS and Harbour Theatre reserve the right to sell any unclaimed tickets or reservations not collected prior to curtain up

‘Daddy! My Daddy!’

Few who have seen the classic film based on E. Nesbit’s novel will forget those words or the emotion they provoke. This wonderful Edwardian family classic THE RAILWAY CHILDREN has never ‘run out of steam’ and Harbour Theatre will soon bring it vividly to life on the Harbour stage at Camelot – with all its humour, tenderness and the exhilarations of childhood. This fresh new adaptation is based on the huge hit that was staged at Waterloo Station in London.

So well known, they seem to have become part of our modern culture, THE RAILWAY CHILDREN was originally serialised in the ‘London magazine’ in 1905, and published as a book in 1906 by Edith Nesbit and tells the story of three Edwardian children who leave their London home after their father is imprisoned and move to a country village has entertained and been loved by generations.

Although radio and television adaptations have brought the adventures of Roberta, Phyllis and Peter to audiences, perhaps the 1970 film, directed by Lionel Jeffries gave us the iconic images we remember, and which now define the novel.

With a large and talented cast, award winning director Jane Sherwood brings to life the underlying themes and values of friendship, helpfulness, care, compassion and determination to life as the three children tell their story.

The story of this family coming to terms with a change in their surroundings and social circle, as well as the loss of a loved one, gives us hope this Christmas as our Railway children embody the spirit of the season in dealing with danger, working through their woes and following their dreams.

So ‘tickets please’ and ‘all aboard’ for the perfect Christmas family treat.


Mosman Park Memorial Hall (Camelot Theatre)
16 Lochee Street (cnr Solomon St)

A copy of the venue seating plan can be downloaded from here


EVENING: December 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 & 9
Commencing at 7:30pm SHARP

MATINEE: December 3 & 10
Commencing at 2:00pm SHARP

NOTE: Doors open 45 minutes prior


  08 9255 3336

  08 9255 3336
NOTE: Harbour Theatre Members can now book directly through TAZTix via phone or email (include "Harbour Theatre Member Booking" in the email subject line). Please state your Harbour Theatre Membership Number at the time of booking. Ticket fees DO NOT apply for Harbour Theatre Members, however if also booking for friends payment will need to be made at the time of booking.

In Mosman Park and wanting to see a high quality community theatre product?
Then drop on by the theatre, however, we cannot guarantee availability on the night.
We accept CASH only at the door.

Coming up in 2018

Don't Dress For Dinner
By Marc Camoletti
Directed by Ann Speicher
Feb 23 - Mar 4