WATCH: Mundubbera Rotary Shake it Off at Variety Night
THE Bi-annual Mundubbera P&C Variety Night rocked the town hall on Friday night, showcasing the talent of the Mundubbera community.
Event organiser Ann Watt said over 170 people attended the performance.
"Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves," Mrs Watt said.
"I've heard good things about it, so that's always a plus.
"The acts were great; we had lots of people come up with different acts, so it was a very successful evening."
The Variety night is held every two years as the P&C's main fundraising event for that year, with a fete held every other year.
"It raises lots of funds for the school which is good, but it gives people the chance to get out and have a good time," Mrs Watt said.
Mrs Watts took part in a number of performances, including the Anonymous performance, which saw staff from Mundubbera State School perform in giant top hats.
"We had teachers, teacher aides and groundsmen pop into that one," Mrs Watt said.
"It was a very positive reaction, lots of cheering and laughter.
"That's what you're after, people enjoying themselves."
Other highlights from the show included the Jaycettes making fun of the active wear trend, a comedic synchronised swimming demonstration and a skit making fun of the news.
Though the stand out performance was saved for last, with Mundubbera Rotary members putting on tutus, make up and wigs and dancing to the Taylor Swift hit Shake it Off.