DINNER AND SHOW: OLSCC students at this year’s Theatre Restaurant.
DINNER AND SHOW: OLSCC students at this year’s Theatre Restaurant. Carolyn Malone

Dinner with a difference

OUR Lady of the Southern Cross College hosted Dalby families at its Theatre Restaurant on Saturday, weaving a story of intrigue and murder mystery for diners.

The cast started interspersed throughout the crowd, singing, dancing and acting their way through as guests enjoyed their two-course meals.

Midway through dinner, an audience member ‘dropped dead’, setting the scene for the ‘investigation’.

The show featured fantastic fortune-tellers, melodious musicians and dazzling dancers, who worked throughout the production to keep the audience entertained while also keeping the secret of the murderer.

After months of preparation and rehearsals by cast and crew members, the schools’ hard work certainly paid off.

Audience members were surprised, delighted and amused throughout the high quality and unique production.


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