MAREEBA State High Schools brightest stars will be centre stage this Friday and Saturday night for the schools biennial Variety Show – Razzle Dazzle.
Taking hints from glamorous flicks like The Great Gatsby, Razzle Dazzle is sure to be an entertainment overload with performances encompassing all parts of the creative arts.
MSHS teacher and director of this year’s Variety Show Miss Danielle Riding is imploring locals to come along and see the best and brightest performers shine on stage.
“It’s a lot of hard work but it’s very much worth it, it all comes together,” she said.
“The preparations are coming along smoothly; the trickiest thing is getting students who are available.
“A lot of students are doing things like sport and other community events so it’s just filtering out who we are able to get on stage.”
The show will feature dancing, singing and all manner of fun for people of all ages.
This year’s performance will also include acts from the surrounding state schools with Mareeba State, Biboorah State and Dimbulah state schools all preforming on the night.
Miss Riding believes that there is something for everyone to enjoy at this year’s Variety Show.
“Because it’s a Variety Show there is something for everybody, you’ll laugh and be dazzled by the performances,” she said.
“We will be seeing some of the teachers preforming including the Principal and Deputy Principal.
“So come along for a great night of entertainment, it’s worth every cent.”
The show begins this Friday night at the Mareeba State High School Hall with doors opening at 6pm and the same for the following night.
Everyone is welcome to come along for the biennial show.
Adult and student tickets are $10 each and pensioner tickets are $5.
Tickets can be purchased at Student Services or at door.