Diary of a Wombat is an award winning Australian story that has been exciting Australian families for several generations, and is one of Jackie French’s most popular books.
What exactly do Wombats do all day?
Once there was a wombat, round, brown and stroppy, who taught humans to be her servants and leave out rolled oats in homage?
She ripped up doormats, the washing; shoes left outside, the mop; chewed holes in doors and gnawed at window frame.
Monkey Baa Theatre Company is recognised nationally and internationally as a flagship theatre for young audiences. Since 1997 they have been bringing Australian stories to the stage.
Their works have won prestigious Helpmann, Drover and Glug awards for Best Children’s Presentation.
They are passionate about touring new work, particularly to regional and remote communities, connecting with audiences who do not always have the same opportunity as city kids to engage in quality theatre experiences.
We are delighted to be offering Jackie French’s most famous work Diary of a Wombat, published in 2002, at the Pines Theater in Lufkin.