WHAT connects the following: a bathing cap, a four footed walking stick, snorkel and goggles a taxi driver with two homes, two wives one with a son and one with a daughter who meet on the internet and want to meet face to face?
Oh, and I forgot, a semi senile old dad, a neighbour who couldn't tell a tale or a joke without telling a lie and two hours of hilarious laughter?
Yes, you guessed it is the Cooma Little Theatres next play "Caught in the Net".
The play, currently in rehearsal, is the sequel to CLT's sell out success of 2012 "Run for your Wife".
The play, written by Ray Cooney, ran for a year in London's West End to great acclaim and Joyce and Jim Brindle, the Director and Producer, can vouch for the reason.
It is funnier than the first one with so many laugh lines that the cast are having trouble getting through rehearsals.
"Caught in the Net" opens at Cooma Little Theatre on April 25 and runs for the next two weekends, Mr Brindle said.