Lyric production a hit

LYRIC Theatre’s production of Habeas Corpus opened at Mesley Hall in Leongatha, on Friday.
Written by Alan Bennett and directed by Jack Millar, Habeas Corpus is a rolling British comedy, which provides the audience with a fast paced plot, with the usual mix of humour, mayhem and mistaken identity.
According to Lyric Theatre member, Peter McAlpine, opening night was a huge success.
“It all went really well. The audience was great, they laughed in all the right places and then some,” he said.
“Everyone I spoke to on the night had a great time. They were really appreciative of the performances and enjoyed the show.”
The production has three more shows, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Tickets are available from Mushroom Crafts in Leongatha, or at the door.

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