Lowood's Got Talent

LOWOOD State High School students were stars for a day when they performed in the school's annual talent contest finals.

Around 500 people gathered at the Lowood State High School on May 6 for a night of singing, dancing, acting and role playing.

The judges comprised of a panel of Lowood High teachers who spent a lot of time choosing the winners of the competition based on stage presence, creativity and technique.

The hall was full of fans with several bringing signs and banners in support of their favourite acts and performers.

 

Lowood High School drama co-ordinator Kristie-Lee Doyle said the night had been hugely successful.

“Performances were of a very high standard and the judges had a hard time choosing the place-getters,” she said.

“The night would not have went as smoothly without the great assistance from our Tech Crew and staff.

“It was also good to see so many people present.

“The audience was very eager to support the acts, cheering appropriately and even carrying signs.”


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