Put Friday, May 7 in your diaries because the Milton Theatre will finally reopen.
And opening night will feature a big name act - confirmation is on its way but rest assured, tickets will go fast.
Not only will it finally reopen, but the 200-seat venue will be at full capacity. The theatre has been shut now for over a year due to COVID-19 and it's been a frustrating time for the committee, which includes president Rob Bevear.
"I never thought we would be closed for this length of time," Rob said.
He had hoped the theatre would reopen before Christmas, but the ever-changing COVID regulations slammed the curtain down on that.
"We have had a lot of false starts," Rob said.
"The issue was not with the theatre itself but getting people in and out of the foyer."
The well-known theatre is still a popular venue.
"We had so many inquiries about shows," Rob said.
"I feel sorry for the artists and individuals in the music industry," he added, regarding what they have had to face in the past uncertain 12-months.
Rob feels that it will be worth the wait and thinks the Milton Theatre is set for some exciting times.
"Possibly we are going to get some big-name artists [national and international] wanting to play at our venue," he said.
"We have got acts lining up wanting to play here."
The committee has even saved some booking spaces for big-name performers.
"I think we are in for a couple of years of really world-class artists performing here - there are some big names in the pipeline," he said.
"They [the artists] are wanting to perform in a little venue."
The committee has not been idle and will have the theatre looking its best come opening night.
"We have been getting those little jobs done so it's full steam ahead," Rob said.