Twenty-seventh and eight of September are the days when Darla school celebrated its annual concert day. The preparations of these days begun almost two to three weeks in advance with lots of rehearsals. The whole school remained busy and much more active. Since the Darla weather becomes pleasant during this time of the year, the enjoyment increases tremendously. But unfortunately, in the evenings it rained cats and dogs. That didn’t deter people coming to watch the show. The MPH was full by 6 pm.
The function begun at 6 p.m. as per the schedule. First of all, our cultural coordinator welcomed the Chief Guest, and other guests and audience. He also spoke about varieties of interesting items lining up in the program. The two-day varieties show went on to the next day. There were Boedras, Zhungdras, Rigsars, English dances, Hindi, Nepali, Bamboo dances, fashion shows etc.
The program would have been interesting if emcee told a short but very hilarious speech full of anecdotes inbetween, which everyone would like the most.
The concert was conducted to in calculate wholesome education.
The audience must have enjoyed the concert tremendously, judging from the loud applause as the curtains dropped. The Bamboo dance performed by class VI boys and girls was very beautiful. The music was loud and appeasing one.
Looking at the audience response everyone enjoyed the concert very much. I am very surprised that there were so many talented students in this school.
It was a well organized show; students, teachers and students’ parents also admired it. Though the cost of ticket was a bit costly. Every student had to pay nu.80 to watch an evening show, which is par beyond some disadvantaged parents. All of my class four students couldn’t watch the program, as they said that nu. 80 were too much for all of their brothers and sisters to watch. I really felt sorry for them.