PHSG's second movie night took place on 26 April. Bohemian Rhapsody, a movie about the foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, was played on a big, pop-up screen which was erected on the soccer field. People could request songs before the movie, just to add to the atmosphere of the night. Twinkling lights flashed all over the field. Many parents, pupils and friends braved the cold with camp chairs, blankets, sleeping bags and hot water bottles.
The unexpected turnout meant long queues at the food stalls which sold boerewors rolls, chicken prego rolls, fries and a variety of treats including popcorn and chocolates. Coffee and hot chocolate were also firm favourites on the night.
The Parents' Association, who organised the event did an amazing job, once again. Everyone watching the movie had a spectacular time as they sang along to their favourite tunes. It seemed like this night under the stars was worth waiting for.