The Moore Park choir at carols by candlelight.
The Moore Park choir at carols by candlelight.

Spotlight on Fame in Bundy

BUNDABERG entertainers wowed them over the weekend at three performances by the Diane McLellan dancers.

About 150 entertainers from the age of the three to 65 years took the stage to show off their talents in singing, dancing, comedy and acting.

The show, Spotlight on Fame, is held every year and organised by Ms McLellan.

“We hold it every year and it is truly delightful,” she said.

“Everyone has had a wonderful time.”

The dance teacher started creating the show just six weeks ago for the entertainment of the Bundaberg community.

“I’m absolutely thrilled at the response,” she said.

“The three shows have been almost packed.”

There were 43 performances in the show and each added something special.

Fred Bennett went along to the show to see his daughter perform in several pieces including ballet, jazz, tap and youth performance.

“Surprisingly I really enjoyed the classical ballet and the contemporary dance solos,” Mr Bennett said.

“I thought it was a pretty entertaining event. They have some real talent at that school.”



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