- Fort Lytton National Park - 160 South Street, Lytton
- 10th December 2021 - 10th December 2021
- 6:45 pm - 8:15 pm
- (07) 3393 4647
- $25 - $30
Fort Lytton at Night: A lost story from the Great War
‘Fort Lytton at Night’ is a unique promenade theatre performance.
Come and experience Fort Lytton as though it were still operational.
Be transported back in time and around the world as you follow the story of decorated First World War hero Raymond Augustus Stanley.
Stanley was born in Brisbane and served at Fort Lytton prior to being sent to Gallipoli and then the Western Front.
This tour will allow you to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of wartime, as professional actors relive the past with a live theatrical tour.
You will be part of the show as your state-of-the-art lantern brings sound and light to the performance, transporting you into the past and bringing the Fort to life!
This is a guided experience and visitors will not be able to access the site unattended. This activity is not suitable for children under the age of 12.
Please note: Bookings are essential for this very popular experience – phone (07) 3393 4647 to book. (Being on time is essential – you are encouraged to arrive at 6.45pm for a 7pm start.)
Find out more on the Fort Lytton website, or browse other BLHN member organisation events.