IN ANOTHER show of community generosity during the devastating nationwide bushfires, Plantagenet Players amateur theatre group is hosting a fundraiser show at the end of the month.
All Fired Up! will play for one night only on January 31 at Plantagenet District Hall to raise money for the Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services Association of WA.
All proceeds from the show will go to the association.
Co-producers Charmaine Gadenne and Helen Jeffery said a Facebook post initiated the idea.
“People were looking for somewhere to donate and to make sure the funds go to where they need to go,” Gadenne said.
“And as a community group, like everyone else, we just want to help those who’ve suffered.”
The variety show will commence at 7.30pm and feature snippets of song, dance and comedy skits and sketches from previous Plantagenet Players shows.
However, seating will not be in the tradition table style.
“We’re using the tiered theatre-style seating, because we want to jam as many people in there as possible to raise as much money as we can in one night,” Gadenne said.
“But the canteen will still be open with lots of yummy treats and there will be tea, coffee and soft drinks available for sale.
“And it’s not BYO this time – it’s an alcohol-free event.”
Gadenne revealed that Tribal Thunder belly dancing group would be popping in for a performance and that the finale would have a “nice little surprise” for the audience.
Tickets are just $15 for the show and can be purchased from Mt Barker Newsagency on Lowood Road or via phone: 9851 1034.