Grannie Rhodes' Cultural Heritage Show
("Turn the Key of Time") and the heritage museum at Richmond
is now closed after 11 years of very successful operation,
BUT:- "Grannie" is still available to tell her stories in costume for your group at your school club, venue, or in her own private venue.
The "Tales from Tasmania" are intruiguing true stories suitable or adaptable for all ages, or commission your own event suitable for fundraising.
Miriam has retired to the Eastern Shore of Hobart but still performs more of her intruiging stories. Items from the museum have been retained for story telling so you wont miss out on this and other fascinating stories about Tasmania's past.
See great reviews on Tripadvisor! 5*****
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0407 473 015
Buy the professional DVD of the show or the book " Turning the Key of Time" from this website or discounted at Mulberry Cottage B&B ($25 each, call in up the drive at the B&B ), or at Richmond Delights or Richmond Post Office.
Read or hear the whole initriguing true story about "a Cottage, a Key and a Convict" and you will solve the mysteries and hear the true history of Grannie's legend, extraordinary true stories from Tasmania's past, including the amazing story of the Dynamite. “Fascinating". The DVD is "An amazing unique re-creation of history", "History wraps round you like a blanket!"
Grannie Rhodes' Cottage 1830 in Richmond was restored to show 200 years of Tasmanian history in: "Turn the Key of Time" a multi-award winning attraction and cultural heritage icon.
Small Business Champion Awards;Tasmanian Entrepreneur of the Year ’07.
National Finalist Small Business Champion Awards: Tourism 2010
To Grannie Rhodes': Tidy Towns Tourism Award '09 for
“Bringing Joy to the Lives of the Young and the Not so Young"
Takeabreak Unique and Unusual Best Places to Stay 09
Best Actor One Act Play Festival Hobart ‘07
Tasmanian Tourism Awards Highly Commended ’06
Award for Excellence Clarence Small Business Awards ‘06
Phone m; 0407473015
DVD and or book of the whole show can now be ordered by email or phone: $25 each postage and packing extra.