How are the young people of the South West pushed to the limit?
Join us for Act-Belong-Commit YOH Fest to find out through an exciting and inspiring evening of dance and drama. Discover how the region’s best up-and-coming performers interpret this year’s theme and be touched by their stories.
See schools go head to head and performers give it their all, with performances from Australind SHS, Bridgetown High School, Dalyellup College, Grace Christian School, Kearnan College, Margaret River SHS and Newton Moore SHS.
Every year we look at a different theme and this year’s theme is “Pushed to the Limit”. Everything and everybody has a limit. Relationships, the environment, comfort zones…the list is endless. Sometimes it is good to push the boundaries, but what happens when we go so far that a breakdown occurs? Will this lack of care catch up to us?
YOH Fest is WA’s #1 health platform for young people. It combines health education with the fun of the performing arts to create an opportunity for participants to express themselves, explore important health issues, show-off their talent and experience the thrill of being on stage.
Act-Belong-Commit YOH Fest travels the state to find the best performances and most powerful stories, with the top 8 schools being invited to the grand final at the end of the year. Will a South West school win the title of Act-Belong-Commit YOH Fest performance of the year?