Jasmine-Lee Williams and Kylie Walker ham it up for their fellow cast members
Jasmine-Lee Williams and Kylie Walker ham it up for their fellow cast members

Putting year?s hard work to test



A FULL year's worth of dancing, singing and acting is set to culminate in a colourful and energetic show next month when Tweed River High School students take to Seagulls' stage.

More than 100 of the school's talented performers will show off their skills at the annual performing arts night on December 10.

Dance teacher Skye Ansell said it would feature dancing, acting, singing and musical performances by students of all ages.

"It is something that they practise for all year," she said. "They are all extremely excited, particularly after our dress rehearsal earlier in the week."

The entire show features more than 200 costumes, 16 styles of dance and a range of musical genres.

motto of "dare to dream".

Tickets are available through Seagulls. Doors open 6.45pm.



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