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Unitec presents Choreofest 2012: Year 2 Dance Performance

Coming to the Unitec Dance Studios on 12-15 September

Unitec presents ... Choreofest 2012: Year 2 Dance Performance

Unique and innovative student works from New Zealand's leading contemporary dance and choreography programme at Unitec's Department of Performing and Screen Arts. These exciting works offer a fresh and varied perspective on art, life and performance through the eyes of Unitec's Year 2 Contemporary Dance students. Sixteen choreographic works will be performed over a four-show season at the Unitec Dance Studios from 12-15 September, 7pm.

Date: 12 - 15 September, 7pm
Venue: Unitec Dance Studios, Carrington Rd, Entry 1, Mt Albert, Auckland
Tickets: BOOK NOW at at or call (09) 361 1000. Booking fees may apply.
Cost: Adults $15, Concession (Seniors, unwaged, Unitec staff) $10, Students/Unitec grads $5. ID may be asked.

Running time: 75 minutes in running time, with an interval.
* please be advised there is free parking on the right as you enter Entry 1 off Carrington Rd.
* Performance will start on time at 7pm. We advise to arrive by at least 6:45pm.

School matinee performance - Friday, 14 September 1pm, $5 students/teachers groups 10+ only ... for bookings email

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