In­vi­ta­tion to visit the Wild West

The Weekly Advertiser Horsham - - News -

Hor­sham West and Haven Pri­mary School stu­dents have in­vited Wim­mera res­i­dents and vis­i­tors to visit the Wild West next week.

The school will present The Good, The Bad and The Gos­sipy in Hor­sham Town Hall from Wed­nes­day to Fri­day at 7.30pm.

The rol­lick­ing mu­si­cal com­edy, writ­ten and di­rected by Larissa Rid­dell, re­volves around a group of mys­te­ri­ous strangers vis­it­ing Snakebite Springs.

The per­form­ers will act, sing and dance their way through a ‘hilarious tale of mis­con­cep­tion and mis­un­der­stand­ing’.

Ms Rid­dell said the stu­dents looked for­ward to see­ing their work come to fruition.

“We ac­tu­ally first per­formed this play back in 2013, but we’ve done a bit of re-script­ing and re­draft­ing,” she said.

“The kids have been work­ing since term three but au­di­tions were in term two, so we’ve been work­ing for a long time.”

About 110 stu­dents are in­volved in the pro­duc­tion.

“They’ve been work­ing hard and do­ing a great job,” Ms Rid­dell said.

“They’re go­ing to put on quite an en­ter­tain­ing show.”

Tick­ets from $10 are avail­able on­line at www.hor­sham­town­ or at the town hall box of­fice.

COW­BOYS: Hor­sham West and Haven Pri­mary School stu­dents, from left, Pa­trick Mc­gen­nisken, Sam Jakobi, Ja­son Crooks, Kai New­ton and Phoenix Hop­per re­hearse for The Good, The Bad and The Gos­sipy, in Hor­sham Town Hall next week. Pic­ture: PAUL CARRACHER

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