OUT OF THE WOODWORK: Raul Goldenberg (left) and Glenys Middleton dance up a storm at the Raise the Roof concert on Friday.
OUT OF THE WOODWORK: Raul Goldenberg (left) and Glenys Middleton dance up a storm at the Raise the Roof concert on Friday. Mike Richards

Men dressed as industry workers get in the groove

THE audience at the Raise the Roof concert held by the Gladstone Musical Society on Friday was pleasantly surprised when the hall started raining men.

Men poured out of the crowd dressed as industry workers as the society ladies performed It's Raining Men to the audience's delight.

Some of the guests even got up and danced.

The concert was designed to celebrate the grant the society received to fix the hall's roof.

Last month the society received a grant to cover the cost of the structure renovations.

President Narelle Russell said the songs they performed told a story of what they went through to get their roof fixed.

Some of the performances included songs such as Don't Let the Rain Come Down, Singing in the Rain and If I Had a Hammer.

The concert couldn't have been more successful with the crowd cheering and singing along as each song came on.

After the performances guests played games of lucky door and enjoyed themselves at the craft table.

The concert was held at the Senior Citizens Hall.



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