Marc Stapelberg

Students enjoy A Dog's Life

EUREKA Public School students Oisin Mules-Sherrin, Jarvis Bowes and Solomon Wolff, Tom McPhee and Ronan Kershaw perform in the Eureka Public School Performance A Dog's Life that tells the story of robbers who break out the puppies at the pet shop.

It's part of the Lismore Performing Arts Festival. Dozens of schools from around the region are involved in the annual festival.

There will be a matinee this afternoon as well as a performance tonight, at the Lismore Workers Club.



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