Some of Rochester's young entertainers will take on chart toppers of yesteryear in their school play.ELAINE COONEY June 19, 2014 3:10am
St Joseph’s Primary School pupils (from back left) Max Ward, Kobyn James, Ben Tysoe, Koby Cowan, Nik McAsey; (front) Jai Waters, Lewis Cleary and Oakley Kerr are in rehearsal for their production of Joey and the One Hit Wonders. Photo: Elaine Cooney
St Joseph’s Primary School, Rochester will put on a show for the community next Thursday at 7pm.
Joey and the One Hit Wonders is the story about Joey, played by Spencer Cleary, and Sludge (Harry Ward) who are trying to become rich and famous by penning the next big music hit.
The school will cover one-hit wonders such as Funky Town and Achy Breaky Heart.
Teachers and audience members will make guest appearances.
Tickets cost $5 and will be available at the door of the Campaspe Valley Community Centre.
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