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.
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.