It was hospitality all round as the group led by teacher Julie Parsons played host to members of the community and showed them a very professional team at work.
The evening was also an opportunity for the cast of the school’s upcoming production of “Hairspray” to perform a few of their songs and show off a few of their dance steps in great style.
Diners were impressed with the menu choices of stuffed chicken breast or roast rump with a roast vegetable salad. For desert, apple roses and ice cream or pavlova with cream and fruit. The theatre restaurant evening definitely got the ‘thumbs up’. This event sharpened their appetite for the musical production to be held at the MPC later this year.