Fiery performances at talent quest

BY just dropping a gold coin into a box, more than 600 members of the community witnessed talented acting and theatrics from students at Lowood State High School in their Talent Quest Final.

Dance and drama teacher, Kristie-Lee Doyle, said their talent quest has a strong tradition and is very popular within their school.

“It is held to showcase the talented students at Lowood High and students are able to enter acts either individually, in pairs or in groups,” Miss Doyle said.

“Students could adapt any kind of act as long as it was entertaining.”

Winners on the evening were Ebony Schulz, Ashleigh Puig and Tayla Bishop who came first with a spectacular hip hop dance routine.

Second place was awarded to ‘The Village Idiots', consisting of Lena Ogg, Monica Ogg, Kellie Ogg and Kaitlyn Einam and a professional vocal performance secured Laura Zammit in third place.

“The winners really did steal the show with an extremely well-polished and professional performance,” Miss Doyle said.


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