It has become an annual event which, brings laughter and tears to the eyes of the audience.
Students from Hastings Secondary College Westport Campus will show plenty of ability when they dance, sing and flaunt it on stage at the annual Westport Has Talent show on Monday, December 16.
The whole concert features moderate to severe intellectually challenged students from four classes, around 40 students in total.
Learning support teacher Shayne Bromfield said nobody will be off limits with some of the skits set to make fun of even the teachers.
"All the classes in learning support are involved," he said.
"They are all really excited."
Community Liason Officer Leanne Jeffery said the performances are engaging.
"The smiles you could just bottle it up," she said.
"The music stops and they keep going, they don't want to get off the stage."
Other disability organisations also participate in the event, which is now in its fourth year.
Ms Jeffery recalls a down syndrome girl last year who didn't want to perform and burst in tears on stage, only to be consoled by her boyfriend.
"She then stole the show," she said.
Doors open at 6pm and the show commences at 6.30pm. Entry is a gold coin donation and canteen facilities are available. Monster Door Prizes and Christmas Hampers will be raffled on the night.
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The concert is part of the International Day of Person with Disability, which is celebrated on Tuesday, December 3. The United Nations sanctioned day aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate their achievements and contributions.