Courtesy of Grant MacIntyre Photography
Courtesy of Grant MacIntyre Photography

No trains but a Railway Wonderland

Norpa's 2012 season is looking good and one of the most anticipated shows is Railway Wonderland, a unique production in that will be performed live at the Lismore Railway Station. It features dance, theatre, live music, a choir and stunning video projections, all combined to take the audience on a magical ride across time from the 1940s until the present day.

All the action takes place on the station platform with the audience in special undercover seating that has been constructed across the railway tracks (don't worry, they're no longer used…). The production has been two years in the making and tickets are selling fast, so hop online to www.norpa.org.au or visit the Norpa box office at Lismore City Hall. The show runs from Tuesday, March 27, until Saturday, March 31, and tickets are $37.


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