Last Friday, the annual Queen Anne charity event Gig for Gambia was held to raise money for the school and for the school we have in the Gambia. It was an amazing night with many many acts performing from around 7.00pm until 10.00pm. All performers were talented musicians from all across the school performing both electric and acoustic sets. The headliners of the acoustic stage were Robyn Smith and Chloe Wright and the headliners of the electric stage were Broken Cadence, however there was a very wide range of performers including Aimee Smith, Freya Stobie, The Pickups, Between the Lines and many others. Mr Low from Geography made his usual appearance in that wonderful gold suit to perform along with the headlining act, Broken Cadence, and even Mr Potter got up for a sing along to McFly’s ‘Five Colours In Her Hair”. It was a great chance to see some great bands and singers whilst raising money for a great cause. The night was a real success with a great turnout and lots of money was raised. Gig for Gambia is always a great night for everyone who is involved and a big well done to all performers. Well done to Shannon Fraser on the sound board and Arran Leask on lighting and graphics and a huge thank you to all the teachers who took time out of their day to help out, especially Mr Livingstone and Mr Fraser. The host for the night, Finley Vipond also did a great job. Gig for Gambia is an event Queen Anne High School should be appreciative and I think this years show is definitely something for the school to be proud of!