There's lots of singing and dancing as the group presents the perfect gift to the Grand Ivory Queen.
The show is presented by Glass Slipper Entertainment, which presented its original pantomime A Princess Dream at the Limelight Theatre to sell-out performances and had a sell-out season at Fringe World 2019.
Dr Frankenbum and the Frozen Fart Factory uses comedy to teach science.
Second up on the Fr'Inglewood program is Dr Frankenbum and the Frozen Fart Factory a stand-up and improv comedy show that combines science and fart jokes to teach some key science principles to children up to the age of 13 and their families.
Fartonium is a rare element that will bring to life a zombie being built by Dr Frankenbum to catch his arch-enemy Secret Agent Sniff.
With help from the audience, Dr Frankenbum will use mad science experiments to bring the zombie to life by releasing the Frozen Fart Of Destiny.
Around 7pm Fr'Inglewood moves into musical mode with Bang Bang Betty & the H-Bombs, a dynamic five-piece outfit delivering a major helping of rock 'n' roll.
Lead vocalist Coo Jarvis, the Bang Bang Betty of the band's title, delivers an infectious performance of rhythm and blues, red-hot rockabilly and hip-shaking rumba.
The powerful music features saxophone, guitar, double bass and pounding drums from a group of musicians who feature in many of Perth's top bands playing styles that range from country jazz to jump blues and rockabilly.
'The Voice Australia' sensation Jordan Anthony will perform his latest songs.
The final performance of the evening and Fr'Inglewood finale comes from the youngest finalist on the 2019 season of The Voice Australia, Jordan Anthony.
In Jordan Anthony: This is Me!, Anthony, who turned 15 in December shares his own songs and some of his favourite music as he tells the story of his journey on The Voice and then a trip to Poland to represent Australia at Junior Eurovision.
On The Voice, Anthony made it into the top four, a performance that earned him a spot at Eurovision.