All is True

The year is 1613, Shakespeare is acknowledged as the greatest writer of the age. But disaster strikes when his renowned Globe Theatre burns to the ground, and devastated, Shakespeare returns to Stratford, where he must face a troubled past and a neglected family.

Haunted by the death of his only son Hamnet, he struggles to mend the broken relationships with his wife and daughters. In so doing, he is ruthlessly forced to examine his own failings as a husband and father. His very personal search for the truth uncovers secrets and lies within a family at war.

 

Director      Kenneth Branagh
Cast Kenneth Branagh
  Judi Dench
  Ian McKellan
Country  UK
Running Time    101 mins
Classification  M

  

HEALESVILLE SESSIONS              WARBURTON SESSIONS       
Wed 19   Jun OC  11.30am   Thu   20  Jun   2.00pm
Thu  20   Jun   11.30am   Fri     21   Jun   11.30am
Fri    21   Jun  OC  2.00pm    Sat   22   Jun 7.30pm
Fri    21   Jun    7.30pm    Sun   23  Jun OC  2.00pm
Wed  26  Jun  11.30am    Tue   25  Jun   7.30pm
Thu   27  Jun   2.00pm    Wed  26  Jun    2.00pm
Sat   29   Jun   7.30pm    Thu   27  Jun OC  11.30am 
Tue   2    Jul    7.30pm    Fri     28  Jun    2.00pm 
Sat    6    Jul   11.30am   Fri     28  Jun    7.30pm 
Wed  17  Jul    11.30am   Sun   7    Jul   11.30am
Fri     19  Jul OC 11.30am   Sat    13  Jul   7.30pm
Sat    20  Jul   2.00pm   Fri     19  Jul   11.30am
Sun   21  Jul OC 2.00pm   Sat    20  Jul OC 11.30am
Wed  24  Jul    2.00pm    Wed  24  Jul   11.30am
Sun   28  Jul   11.30am        

 

*OC = Open Caption Sessions
*SD = Spit the Dummy Sessions

Dates:
Thu 13 Jun 2019 - Sun 28 Jul 2019
Venue:
Upper Yarra Arts Centre
Venue:
Healesville Memorial Hall
Address:
The Memo, Healesville & Arts Centre, Warburton
Phone:
1300 368 333
Cost:
$14.50 Full / $12.50 Concession / $11 YRFS Member
$9 U15 / Midweek Matinee

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