Windsor Library screens Beatie Bow

Hawkesbury Library  has a free  movie night on September 4 for all local families. 

The library will be screening  Australian drama Playing Beatie Bow at 10am and 6pm.

The movie was based on Ruth Park’s children’s book that tells the story of  a young Victorian-era girl summoned from the past to contemporary Sydney by children chanting her name. 

Beatie’s family believes Abigail is the promised ‘‘Stranger’’ who will arrive to save ‘‘The Gift’’ for future generations.

Abigail is trapped in the past until she does what she was ‘‘sent’’ to do, even though she doesn’t know what this is. 

Playing Beatie Bow is  rated  and  runs for 93 minutes.

It will be shown in the Tebbutt Room of the Hawkesbury Central Library, at 300 George Street Windsor.

Each screening is a free event but bookings are essential,  on  4560 4460.


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