Old Government House, Parramatta
1 March until 1 June 2014
The CEO of the National Trust of Australia (NSW), Mr Brian Scarsbrick congratulates Marion Boyce, winner of the AACTA Award for Best Costume Design on Television for the hit ABC1 series MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES.
The Award comes just a few weeks ahead of the Sydney opening of the MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES Costume Exhibition, at the National Trust’s Old Government House in Parramatta Park from March 1.
The AACTA Awards are Australia’s most prestigious film and television industry accolades.
Marion Boyce will attend the exhibition opening on February 27 and will also headline guest two guided tours as part of the exhibition events. Kerry Greenwood, author of the Phryne Fisher books on which the television series is based, will meet her fans at an author’s talk luncheon, to be held later during the exhibition.
The exhibition will feature many of the sumptuous costumes worn in the ABC1 hit television series including ensembles that have never before been on display, plus those previously on show at Rippon Lea Estate in Melbourne.
The exhibition will showcase more than 40 outfits worn by Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis) and her cohorts; including Detective Inspector Jack Robinson (Nathan Page) and Aunt Prudence (Miriam Margolyes) ‐ in Series 1 and 2 and the recently screened Christmas Special.
The costumes have been generously made available by Marion Boyce and Every Cloud Productions.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Screen Australia present, in association with Film Victoria and Fulcrum Media Finance, an Every Cloud Production Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.Sydney Unleashed is one of Australia’s premier entertainment publications exploring the latest in lifestyle trends. From Sydney’s finest restaurants, cafes and bars to the hottest in gadgets, products, and home entertainment, Sydney Unleashed is your one-stop lifestyle platform.