Thriller night

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

A PLAGUE of zom­bies have roamed the stage, bring­ing with them some funky dance moves.

For­tu­nately, it was for the bian­nual Mun­dub­bera P-10 P&C Va­ri­ety Night and was not a sign of the apoca­lypse.

Singers with sweet har­monies, gangnam-style dancing farm­ers and dry-wit­ted news­read­ers joined the zom­bies on stage, last Fri­day.

P&C trea­surer and Va­ri­ety Night co-or­di­na­tor Ros Kugel was pleased 150 people turned out, rais­ing $4000.

“We’re blessed in this com­mu­nity to have a wide va­ri­ety of talent who come for­ward to sup­port the P&C,” she said.

Dis­guised in a cos­tume, teacher Ann Watt took the op­por­tu­nity to per­form in the Glow plugs and Be­side my­self skits.

“If I can do it anony­mously, I’m happy to per­form be­cause you get to hide be­hind some stuff and you don’t have to be yourself for the night,” she said.

PHO­TOS: KATHER­INE KOKKO­NEN

ALL STYLE: Beth John­son, Na­dine McLen­nan, Jenny Pos­tle and Julie Maugers (dressed as a cow) show that farm­ers do it with style.

Sis­ters Carol Beu­tel and Deb­bie Stal­lan have a blast in their singing duet.

A ghoul­ish John Bal­shaw rocks out to Thriller.

Sis­ters Kirsty McGovern and Shannon Cridge calm their nerves be­fore tak­ing to the stage.

Jock Zipf shows zom­bies have all the right dance moves.

Ro­tary brings back Michael Jack­son and zom­bies in Thriller.

Mun­dub­bera P-10 teach­ers are joined at the hip when they per­formed Be­side Our­selves.

Zom­bies David Leng and John Bal­shaw chase nurse Dud­ley Pott in the Michael Jack­son clas­sic.

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