The University of Tasmania's student-run theatre company will hold their annual variety show on Friday night.
The show will consist of a series of five-minute acts, with everything from pop, to musical theatre, to poetry.
Organiser Daniel Story said the quality of the students' performances should not be underestimated.
"I'm currently in second year, and the talent I'm seeing surrounding myself is just phenomenal," he said.
"You expect all these big things to come out of those big university's on the mainland, but people don't realise that there's an incredible level of talent right here in the state - and this campus does source the best people from across the state."
Fawkes Theatre Company are celebrating their fifth year of operations, and Story himself will appear in the show, reading a poem called 21.
"I'm deciding between two but that's the one that I'll do," he said.
"It's about this person who's 21 years of age who has just lost his father.
He counts backwards through the years, and it's about his father's battle with alcoholism, and looking back, whether his mother feared that he would end up the same way."
- The Fawkes Theatre Company Gala will be held Friday, June 7, at 7pm at the Annexe Theatre, Inveresk. Entry is $10 on the door with funds raised going to the charity Give Me 5 For Kids.