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It’ll be all fright on the night

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Kingscliff High students are promising to scare the pants off you just in time for Xmas in what they hope will become a new tradition at the school.

More than 250 of the school’s creative and performing arts students are about to be showcased in what they’ve described as ‘a heart-stopping performance of a clinical nature’.

Kingy’s Fright Night promises to be ‘an interactive theatre restaurant designed to ignite the senses’.

In a setting of an abandoned mental asylum, students will take you on a journey like no other.

It’s billed as a singing, acting and dancing extravaganza ‘packed with talent and knee trembling fun’.

But it’s also a seated dining experience, ideal to enjoy with family and friends in the run-up to Xmas

The night will be run entirely by students and supervising staff, including food and drink service, backstage, audio and lighting, not to mention the performers themselves.

For a little bit extra you can enjoy a three-course meal prepared by Byron Bay’s internationally renowned chef and chocolatier, Richard Tuohy and his team of hospitality students.

Book online at: http://events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/KingscliffHighSchoolFN


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  1. If everyone looks around at our community, we in normality, and live in a mental asylum.
    All we talk about is terror and terrorism. Does that show a healthy mindset?

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