Great Operatunity

 

 

Have your SayThe Post so kindly gave us tickets for the Operatunity show recently and Raewyn and I thoroughly enjoyed the non-stop event. We arrived at 10:45am to a packed house, so sat in the very front row. Great for a live show! The mainly over 50 audience cheered, clapped, and sang along with the artists to over 28 well known songs. A dramatic change of costume by three of the performers for Baby Love and Please Mr Postman was especially enjoyed by Raewyn and I. Pat Urlich, from Waiheke, and a relative newcomer to the group, really impressed the crowd with his agility and versatility. A fantastic show was followed by a light lunch.
I would strongly recommend this concert, as they are professionals with a great sense of humour that keeps the audience enthralled!
We have just moved to Pukekohe and are delighted to have the Post already delivered to our door.
Kind Regards, Jim and Raewyn

Note from The Post – Thank you for your lovely comments Jim and Raewyn, we are most delighted to hear that you thoroughly enjoyed the show.

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