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Circus Under The Stars

Circus Under The Stars


The opening event makes for a great family night out. CIRCUS UNDER THE STARS has become something of a pre-Christmas tradition.Staged outdoors in the D-Block Quad at CPIT itself, CIRCUS UNDER THE STARS highlights the best acts developed by the Circoarts students throughout the year. Starts next Thursday 6th November . you can book tickets to CIRCUS UNDER THE STARS here.

PITCH
PITCH has become a regular and regional favourite with the fashion crowd. The show presents the work of all the students at the Fashion School although the focus is on our graduating class. Francis Hooper from label World, Chris Lorimer from Mint Condition and James Dobson from label Jimmy D will be there to select the Telstraclear Design Excellence Award from among the 3rd year collections. Wednesday 12th November .... you can book tickets to PITCH here.

BEAT
A combination of jazz classics, contemporary selections and new compositions featuring vocal and instrumental performances will ensure BEAT, the end-of-year performance of staff and students from the CPIT Jazz School, is a show too good to miss. Staff members involved in the show include Susan de Jong, Bob Heinz, Richie Pickard, Tom Rainey, Gwyn Reynolds and Scott Taitoko. You can book tickets to BEAT here.


FINALE
The last night ... the big night ... FINALE presents performers from all the performing arts schools in a dramatic tour de force cabaret. Mike McRoberts will MC the evening in which students from CPIT’s School of Jazz, CircoArts, Te Puna Wanaka and the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Arts (NASDA) will perform together in a dramatic final performance that is sure to delight audiences from start to finish. The show is on Saturday night the 15th November. You can book tickets to FINALE here.

And don't forget to check out the free shows across town.
At the Convention Centre, every day of Cup & Show Week and featuring work by students from the Art & Design and Architecture and Broadcasting Schools.
At COCA Gallery and CPIT Rakaia Centre and featuring work by Art & Design, Best Design Awards and NZIPP EPSON Iris Photographic Exhibition.

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