If you have not got a ticket for the Tockington Parish Players' latest production you have a problem which can't be solved on your hands.

The group has sold out their performance of The Sound of Music, with musical-lovers set to pack the Parish Hall from February 20-23.

Tickets have sold at record-breaking speed, with half being bought within two days and the show being sold out in three weeks.

Set in the mountains of Austria just before the Second World War, The Sound of Music was first performed on Broadway 60 years ago and director Linda Evans has been keen to bring it to the local stage for some time.

She, along with musical director Chloe Allsopp-Jones and Choreographer Jill Harris, have once more joined forces to put the show together.

Sarah Wiggins has joined the Players to take the role of Maria, while Dan Phillips returns to play Captain von Trapp. David Proud plays impresario Max Detweiler, while Louise Luft is Mother Abbess. The von Trapp youngsters are played by local children.