Bradman Museum
Jan 24 2022

Welcome to the Dressing Room Gallery, where we want to know, #What'sHeThinking?

As part of a bumper Ashes summer, the team at the Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame are inviting you inside the dressing room and we want to hear just how it makes you feel and what it means to you.

Come and let us know, #What'sHeThinking

The Dressing Room Gallery at the Bradman Museum is always a popular exhibit for visitors, as they sit with the Australian Test player – and immerse themselves in the unique atmosphere of a cricket dressing room.

This year, after the Men's Ashes finished in a dominant Australian victory and the Women’s Ashes gets underway, the Dressing Room Gallery at the Bradman Museum is up for interpretation and we want to know, what is the player thinking?

Is it –

·     Despair after a loss?

·     Triumph after a match-winning innings?

·     Nerves pre-match?

·     An #Ashes selection dilemma?

·     Anything else!

Come and get your photo taken in the gallery!

We are encouraging you to get involved both in person and online. You can come and get your photo taken in the Gallery and let us know your thoughts, alternatively, you can join in the fun online via all of our social media platforms.




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Bradman Museum
📆 Est. 1989. 🏏 Australia's largest dedicated cricket museum 🌳 Sir Donald Bradman's home ground in Bowral, NSW