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NORPA’s inaugural 2012 production Railway Wonderland has been such a success that the show has been booked out for its entire run more than a week out from opening night.

In response to public demand, NORPA has scheduled an extra show on Sunday 1 April from 8pm at Lismore Train Station, Union St, Lismore.

NORPA artistic director Julian Louis said, ‘It’s wonderful that the region is so excited about this work and has embraced it wholeheartedly. It’s a real testament to the adventurous spirit of our audiences and good to know there’s a demand for unique and surprising productions.’

On Sunday night there will be live music, bar and wood-fired pizza from 6.30pm.

Tickets are $37/$30 concession/under 18 $16.50. Book online at www.norpa.org.au or call NORPA box office Mon–Fri 1300 066 772.


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