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FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS, STAFF AND FRIENDS
It’s time to gather your smartest friends and make a table for our annual Trivia Night! Hosted by a series of “expert” quiz masters, teams will be quizzed on a wide variety of topics, and will also play in lightning true or false rounds, Pictionary, watch-that-clip and song mash-up rounds.
Tables will play for a nominated charity. At the end of the night, any money raised will be shared to the charities of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.
- Bookings: $80.00 per table (no single bookings are available. Table bookings are for a maximum of eight attendees)
- Entry: Auditorium is via Fryer Street, North Ward.
- Bar: NO BYO - tap bar will be available on the night.
- Food: BYO food OR order a delicious Essentially Fresh platter when booking your table. See documents (end of page).
- RSVP: By 9.00am, 5 May (if not sold out sooner)
The theme for 2022 tables is “History” to coincide with the College’s History Week. Not only do we want you to come in costume, but feel free to decorate your tables by bringing along extras to compliment your Historical moment, character or era. If you’re struggling for inspiration, here’s a few ideas:
- Historical Moments: The Moon landing; The fall of the Berlin Wall; Woodstock Music Festival; The invention of MTV; The Salem Witch Trials
- Historical characters: Henry VIII; Amelia Earhart; Andy Warhol; Cleopatra; Lewis Carroll; Jane Goodall; Julius Caesar; Joan of Arc.
- Historical eras: Middle Ages/Medieval; Ancient Rome or Greece; The Roaring 20s; Wild West
Prizes for those teams and tables who really look the part.
Trybooking link: https://www.trybooking.com/BYWLL
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