Deniliquin High School will hold its Variety Night tonight in the MPC from 7pm.CASS SAVELLIS July 30, 2014 3:40am
DHS Variety Night.(back, from left) Jorja Godfrey, Olivia Oâ€™Neil, Toby Joice, Ryan Feltwell, Sam Young and Andrew Wood; (front) Emma Burgess, Riley McDonald, Grace Hay and Josh Fullerton.
Artistic Deniliquin High School students will showcase their talent at the school’s Variety Night tonight.
The night will see students from Years 7 to 12 perform a number of musical items, plays and skits.
There will be live video crosses to the hospitality rooms where a Masterchef style ‘cook-off’ will be taking place.
DHS music teacher Matt Kiley says the annual event will feature ‘‘lots of great talent’’.
The Variety Night will be held in the MPC from 7pm. Tickets are $5 per person or $10 for a family.
The annual event coincides with NSW Public Schools Education Week, which started yesterday. Turn to our feature on page 10 and 11.
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