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Written by The Listener / Radio NZ National   
Sunday, 30 August 2009

"If you can see the water, then it's worth gold."

The Sunday Drama

(Radio New Zealand National, 3.04pm, Sunday, August 30

Wheeler’s Luck quickly became a Bats Theatre favourite in 2004, and in Auckland in 2006 it was described by Listener reviewer Natasha Hay as “hugely entertaining, quirkily Kiwi and showcasing two brilliantly talented comic actors”. Now, Toby Leach and Nigel Collins reprise for radio their “rural romp” written with Damon Andrews. The pair play more than 50 characters in the coastal community of Bell End, who are fighting a developer who has his eye on nearby Cox Point.

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Wheelers’ Luck – A Rural Romp

by Nigel Collins, Toby Leach and Damon Andrews

Bellend is about to be developed into a multi million dollar resort – but not if the locals can put a stop to it.

Toby Leach and Nigel Collins perform a small towns worth of guys, girls and animals in this comedy which also questions who owns our land and asks why can’t locals control what happens to their own environment.

Produced by Eva Radich for Radio New Zealand

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