Radio Active Live is back at The Hills Lodge for the month of August.
This month’s two shows are packed with many short, funny and meaningful plays presented by some of the finest performers from The Hills, in the Golden Age style of “live radio”.
Most of the plays explore relationships between couples, so the audience is sure to identify with the some of the situations that occur.
The plays presented are: A Basement Too Far (some people get locked in the library basement); One Leg Too Few (a one-legged man applies for the role of Tarzan); Writing Home (a couple are concerned about their daughter’s casting in the school play); Cheese and Jam (a couple are staying in touch by telephone); Finishing Touches (a couple who may communicate too well); Mrs Lazer’s Caller (can two people find a relationship late in life?); We Have All Been Here Before (the problem about giving driving advice); Pig in the Middle (a man called about thing??); and Cold Calling (giving advice on telephone technique).
Radio Active Live also welcomed back its former director, John Hunt, to the August program.
Performances: 3pm, on Sunday, August 20 and Sunday, August 27 at The Hills Lodge, 1 Salisbury Road, Castle Hill.
Tickets: $27.50, includes afternoon tea.
Bookings essential for catering purposes: radioactivelive.net, or Cheryl, 0481 741 440.