Cultural Night at WA Museum Boola Bardip

World Transplant Games participants were given exclusive access to the WA Museum Boola Bardip for a night of singing, dancing, and celebrating.

The hottest debate at Tuesday’s Cultural Night was deciding the best performer of the evening. Many teams performed and while World Transplant Games Federation President, Chris Thomas’ rendition of Sweet Caroline was a top contender. The popular vote went to the Indian team’s amazing singing and dancing.

Attendees were invited to wear their country’s cultural dress and enjoy a night of celebration as the diverse cultures of the global transplant community unite.

Upstairs was a special performance by Cardiac Rhythm. Clare Fazackerley and her band Cardiac Rhythm all have connections to the transplant community. Clare has been a transplant nurse in Perth’s hospitals for 25 years and in her spare time devotes her energy to foot-tapping soft rhythm, blues and soul music.

Transplant Australia also staged a display at the museum, featuring WA transplant recipients. It explored each recipients perspectives and discussed the importance of transplantation and registering to be a donor. The display also included medals won by West Australian athletes at previous World Transplant Games.

It was a wonderful night and a highlight for many of the 2023 World Transplant Games in Perth.

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