The Rotary Club of Ahuriri Sunrise invites you and your friends to a fun filled evening at the theatre.
The club has booked Theatre HB, corner of Hastings and Alexandra Streets, Hastings for our latest community fundraiser. 
We have an evening show, Tuesday 28 March and we have 150 tickets to sell.  Please help us sell all of the tickets by bring your friends and family. 
Tickets $35.00 a seat booked from Lynne Trafford;  8356336  021302261
Contact Lynne for booking and payment details.  Thank you.

Fabulous race day cheese and crackers platters will be served before the beginning of the performance from 6:30 - 7:30pm
The show starts at 7:30pm.
Tea/Coffee/Cake will be served at intermission.
A full bar is available from 6:30pm.  
Please will you join us?
Please will you help us continue to raise money for our community projects? 
'Ladies' Day' is Theatre Hawke's Bay's 
first  production  for  2017. 
The  nobs  heading  north  for  Royal  Ascot  will  no  doubt  be   wondering  who  they  may  find  themselves  rubbing 
shoulders  with.  And  here's  the  answer  -­‐  four  lasses  from  a 
fish-processing plant in Hull, gambling, giggling and being sick into their hats. 
Pearl (Clair Rochester) is celebrating early retirement and has always wanted to go to Ladies Day at Royal Ascot; Linda (Kyla Andersen) is a sweet, shy girl who is obsessed with the songs of Tony Christie; Jan (Sandra Alsleben) is keeper of the picnic hamper from Hell, while blonde Shelley (Lynda Corner) with a robust northern accent, is determined to crash the Royal Enclersure for a glimpse of Camilla Parker-Berles. A slightly outnumbered Neil McKorkell does a great job playing all the blerkes.
The play manages to be more than a bunch of cheap laughs.
It is funny and poignant and the characters are very familiar.     
Even the blerkes will enjoy it. 
Get the gang together in your “day at the races” finery to really get in the mood (hats within reason for visabilty).
Lynne Trafford
M: 021 302 261