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FRINGE WORLD at Tranby College

Tranby College Announced as a Fringe World Venue

Tranby College is excited to share news that the College is a listed FRINGE WORLD Festival venue in 2023. This is believed to be a first for the Baldivis area (as typically the festival venues are across metro Perth, with the occasional show in Mandurah). With three different venues available, our local community can enjoy a variety of performances running over the course of two evenings on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th February 2023. 

When you book your tickets, remember you are welcome to BYO picnic and drinks to enjoy, and the College has also arranged a food van  and an icecream van if visitors want to treat themselves on the night. Visitors to the event are also welcome to view our Senior School Art Exhibition which will be open each evening.

What is FRINGE WORLD?

FRINGE WORLD is a massively popular annual festival held in Perth that is enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people. With an incredible array of entertainment on offer, FRINGE WORLD has something for everyone; from comedy, music and musicals, circus and much more, plus ticket prices are great value so you can enjoy multiple shows in one night out.

WHAT’S SHOWING – Friday 3rd February:

CHAPEL THEATRE
GENRE
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4:30pm – 5.15pm
Dance
‘Globe’ – Industry Dance Project
5:30pm – 6:30pm
Variety
‘Class Act’
n/a
Theatre – CANCELLED
‘The Flower That Fell From the Sky’ – Feet First Collective – CANCELLED
8:30pm – 9.30pm
Comedy
‘300 Paintings’ – Sam Kissajukian
COLLEGE LOUNGE
GENRE
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4:15pm – 5.30pm
Music
‘Mel Crotty: Literature of Love’
5:30pm – 6:45pm
Musical Theatre
‘Cal Silberstein Is Looking For Kafei’
7:15pm – 8.30pm
Music
‘Life and Death of a Musician’ – The Michael Ward Trio
TWILIGHT LAWN
GENRE
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4:15pm – 5.30pm
Circus/Magic/Comedy
Street Performer (Busker)
5:30pm – 6:20pm
Children’s Circus
Party Pooper
7:00pm – 7:15pm
Music
‘Year 9/10 School of Rock’ – Tranby College (FREE, Preshow)
7:30pm – 8:30pm
Theatre
‘Spotlight’ – Tranby College

WHAT’S SHOWING – Saturday 4th FEbruary:

CHAPEL THEATRE
GENRE
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4:30pm – 5.15pm
Dance
‘Globe’ – Industry Dance Project
5:30pm – 6:30pm
Variety
‘Class Act’
n/a
Theatre – CANCELLED
‘The Flower That Fell From the Sky’ – Feet First Collective – CANCELLED
COLLEGE LOUNGE
GENRE
Click on performance to purchase tickets
4:15pm – 5.30pm
Music
‘Mel Crotty: Literature of Love’
5:30pm – 6:45pm
Musical Theatre
‘Cal Silberstein Is Looking For Kafei’
7:30pm – 8.30pm
Theatre/Cabaret
Skye Scraper: Life and Times of a Drag Queen Accountant – Baldivis Business
9.00pm – 10.00pm
Comedy
‘Steve Teune: Just In Time’
TWILIGHT LAWN
GENRE
Click on performance to purchase tickets
4:15pm – 5.30pm
Circus/Magic/Comedy
Street Performer (Busker)
7:00pm – 7:15pm
Music
‘Year 9/10 School of Rock’ – Tranby College (FREE, Preshow)
7:30pm – 8:30pm
Theatre
‘Spotlight’ – Tranby College

More details on Tranby college performances:

Class Act: 3-4 February, 5:30pm

‘Class Act’ is a back-to-school variety show all about school experiences.

Remember that favourite teacher? Recall the boredom of rainy lunchtimes? Blanked that horrific bus trip from your mind?

From exams to excursions, P.E. to physics, technology to teachers, Tranby College performing arts students have devised a show about it all! Including solo and group dances, comedy sketches and original musical items, ‘Class Act’ will have you reliving the good, the bad and the funny of your school days.

Featuring Tranby College Senior School students from Years 7 to 12.

Class Act

SPOTLIGHT: 3-4 FEBRUARY, 7:30PM

It’s an unofficial tradition; as the school fete ends a group of competitive students sneak off for their annual game of Spotlight. In self-selected teams they compete against one another, with pride, popularity, and legacy on the line. This year, Keeley Spanner has their eyes set on another prize – revenge!

After being rejected by their friend group and kicked out of their Spotlight team, Keeley decides to gather their own crew of outcasts and underdogs to take on the contest. As the game gets more heated and various dark secrets and betrayals get brought into the light, the new team begin to grow suspicious of their leader’s true motivation…

Featuring students in Years 7 – 11, Spotlight is an action-packed comedy thriller about competition, leadership, and what it truly means to win.