'Radio Waves' tickets sell fast

The full house sign will probably be hung out for this year's Waikouaiti theatre restaurant production of Radio Waves.

There have been full houses for each of the past three annual productions staged by the Waikouaiti Amateur Music and Drama Society, and treasurer Les Pullar said that pattern was set to continue at this year's production, which will run from Tuesday, June 19, to Saturday, June 23.

Bookings opened just over a week ago and the Thursday, Friday and Saturday night performances had been booked out, he said.

Limited seats were available for the Tuesday and Wednesday evening performances.

The 27 performers in Radio Waves have been rehearsing since early February.

The show, which is based in a radio station, was written by the show's director, Geoff Smith.

It features music and sketches from the 1930s through to the 1980s.


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