NIFCA semis well-received
THERE WAS ENOUGH applause to go around as the fifth performing arts semi-finals of the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts came off at the Combermere School last Saturday.
Each performer who took to the stage was deserving of the adulation they got from members of the packed Major Noot Hall of the Waterford institution.
But those that stood out were students from the Gordon Walters Primary School with We Need A Change and Spray D Bug and singer Joshua Gay who rendered a self-penned piece called This is me and Overjoyed by Stevie Wonder. (JS)