Performing Arts Update

Aug 30th 2019

Bench – Year 12 Drama Production

Edith, Forbes and Dolly are your average, run-of-the-mill old ladies. Edith loves knitting, Forbes loves reading, and Dolly, well, she loves dancing ... and eating. Chance would have it that they meet one day, on a park bench. This bench houses not only their sagging weights, but also their secrets, their regrets and desires, their greatest memories. Hilarious and heartbreaking in its realism, Bench is a performance not to miss. Limited seats available per performance.

Bench Poster


Content Warning for ‘Bench’

The performances of ‘Bench’ are recommended for audiences over the age of 15. There is use of some coarse language, adult content and references to mature themes. Please keep this in mind when booking tickets.


Tickets are by donation and will be available at the Main Reception from Wednesday 28 August. Bring your coat as these performances are outdoors! Two performances only: Friday 13 September and Saturday 14 September, 7.00 pm.

Find the event details on Facebook. 


Australian Music Board Examinations (AMEB)

Please check with your Instrumental Music Teacher regarding the scheduled time for your examination and also ensure you have organised an accompanist.


Woodwind Examinations

When: Friday 6 September 1.30 pm - 4.00 pm.

Venue: Robert Rotar’s Residence.


Brass and Woodwind Examinations

When: Sunday 8 September 9.00 am - 4.30 pm

Venue: Performing Arts Centre


String Examinations

When: Sunday 15 September 9.00 am - 4.30 pm

Venue: Performing Arts Centre



Date Claimers

Year 12 Drama Play – Friday 13 and Saturday 14 September

Year 11 Drama Performances – Friday 13 September

Year 3 Strings and Beginner Concert Band Concert – Thursday 19 September

Cultural Celebration Evening – Thursday 24 October (Term 4)


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Mrs Leanne Hutchings

Head of Arts Faculty

Director of Co-curricular (Cultural)








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