It?s Wednesday night fever for students



THE students at the Crystal Creek Public School are getting ready to strut their stuff on stage tomorrow night when they perform the 'retro' concert Disco Pigs.

Written by Susie Cardiff, Disco Pigs is the result of the school gaining a grant from the Arts Education Foundation and is a contemporary piece of theatre being delivered by the school's K-6 class. Featuring plenty of disco hits and some "funky fashions", the story is about three little disco/punk pigs who open a nightclub. The performance starts at 6.30pm on Wednesday in the school hall. For details contact the school on 02 66 791223.It's Wednesday night fever for students

o GETING ready to get down and funky are the cast members of Crystal Creek Publuc School's stage production, Dis- co Pigs, (at rear) Tom Read, Kendall Nesci and Rhys Foster and - in front - Liam Debono and Megan Lawler. Photo: D92845

THE students at the Crystal Creek Public School are getting ready to strut their stuff on stage tomorrow night when they perform the 'retro' concert Disco Pigs.

Written by Susie Cardiff, Disco Pigs is the result of the school gaining a grant from the Arts Education Foundation and is a contemporary piece of theatre being delivered by the school's K-6 class. Featuring plenty of disco hits and some "funky fashions", the story is about three little disco/punk pigs who open a nightclub. The performance starts at 6.30pm on Wednesday in the school hall. For details contact the school on 02 66 791223.



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