AUDIENCES are in for a scary night of frighteningly good entertainment when Kepnock State High School students take the stage for their annual Arts Night next week.

With a spooky Halloween theme, Arts head of department Jess O'Neill said more than 200 arts, drama, visual arts, dance and media students would combine for the three-hour extravaganza.

"Everyone is very excited," she said.

"This is their chance to show off everything they have been working on this year.

"It's really popular and something everyone wants to be involved in."

Year 12 drama student Dion Jye said his class would be performing a modern take on a classic.

"We've adapted the script for a modern Shakespeare's Macbeth, will a Halloween theme" he said.

"We've been rehearsing since May; it's been a real team effort."

Art night will be held on October 24 from 6pm and tickets are on sale now from the school.

Tickets are $5 per person or $10 for gold class tickets which include refreshments and a seat in the front section. There are just 100 gold class tickets, so get in quick.
 



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