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The BEATGIRLS Celebrate 21 Years

The BEATGIRLS Celebrate 21 Years

One of NZ’s leading entertainment institutes, The BeatGirls will return to Circa Theatre in April with their latest show The BeatGirls 21st – All Grown Up, celebrating 21 years entertaining audiences the world over.

Audiences will remember previous BeatGirls shows at Circa with All Grown Up marking the trios seventh outing at the waterfront theatre.

Their back catalogue of shows include the popular It’s My Party, It’s My Party 2 and Beatcamp all of which celebrated return seasons due to their popularity, an unparalleled achievement at Wellingtons professional theatre.

The BeatGirls 21st – All Grown Up stars founder Andrea Sanders, Kali Kopae and Carolyn McLaughlin with the show devised and choreographed by Sanders.

Along with the groups tight harmonies, slick choreography, dazzling costumes and legendary showmanship, the show will include stories about the journey over the past 21 years, the formation of the group, international and national highlights and also the artists behind the songs that have provided much inspiration and a canvas for The BeatGirls.

The Dominion Posts description of the group “As iconic as the Wellington Bucket Fountain” sums up the trios popularity in Wellington and across New Zealand and there is truly no sign of them letting up!

Guaranteed to deliver a magical night out, The BeatGirls – All Grown Up is a night of top-notch entertainment sure to entertain audiences both young and old.

To book, visit www.circa.co.nz or call the Circa Box Office on 04 801 7992.

’THE BEATGIRLS – All Grown Up’ is presented in association with Total Entertainment LTD and shows at Circa Theatre, 1 Taranaki Street, Wellington from 1st to 15th April 2017 (preview 31st March).

Performance times:

Tuesday – Thursday 6.30pm, Friday – Saturday, 8pm, Sunday 4pm Tickets: $25 - $52 from www.circa.co.nz or by calling 04 801 7992 /ENDS


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