5 Star review for Waiuku’s Flying Feathers

Back (L-R) Shane Hartley and Andrew King and front (L- R) Laura Torpey and Tayler Newall.

With a great set, and a massive helping of classic humour, Waiuku Theatre Group’s latest offering Flying Feathers, is the perfect show for an adults only giggle.

Written by Derek Benfield and directed by Waiuku Theatre’s stalwart, Jo Scobie, chaos reigns when a Chief Constable arrives at the country house of his late brother, only to find it full of scantily clad woman.
The housekeeper struggles to hide the lucrative business she’s been running, leading to hilarious comings and goings as she juggles extra arrivals.
This production offers up a fine blend of city slicker arrogance and country naughtiness. With a fare bit of skin on show, it’s definitely one of the group’s more risque works.
Grab a ticket if you dare, but be quick as the show concludes on October 28. Tickets available at www.eventfinder.co.nz

When:

Fri 6 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Sat 7 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Thu 12 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Fri 13 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Sat 14 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Thu 19 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Fri 20 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Sat 21 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Thu 26 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Fri 27 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
Sat 28 Oct 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm
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