7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Civic Theatre - Invercargill,
88 Tay Street,
Heart of the Highlands will tell the stories and legends that are said to be the origins behind the traditional highland dances of Scotland. Audiences will see the dancers portray the stags and targe warriors of the Highland Fling, the battlefields of Culloden from which the story of the Seann Triubhas originates plus an enchanting snow scene depicting the legend of the Reel O’Tulloch.
The Highland Dance Company of New Zealand brings together New Zealand’s top highland dance talent including past and present NZ champion dancers. Since its inception in 2011, the Highland Dance Company of New Zealand has performed with critical acclaim both within New Zealand and internationally. Joined on stage by Southland’s own young local dance talent for Heart of the Highlands, be sure to see this spectacular showcase of celtic legends told in dance.
For all inquiries contact the ICC Booking Office, 101 Esk Street, Invercargill, Phone (03) 211 1692.
An allocated seating event at the Civic Theatre, 88 Tay Street, Invercargill.
Child price applies to children under the age of 14 years.
Front Stalls (all seats)
Back Stalls (all seats)
Dress Circle (all seats)
To collect internet or phone booked pickup tickets in advance of the performance please visit the ICC Booking Office after 2pm the day following purchase (on business working days). All tickets booked for pickup on the day of an event must be collected from the venue in the hour before the event commences.
Wheelchair information: Contact the ICC Booking Office if you require these.
Door sales are based on availability in the hour prior to the show start time.
Show running time: 2 hours approximately.
Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase at the beginning of the show and during intermission.
Please note the promoter may enforce a lock-out period, please ensure you arrive to be seated well before the show start time.
The use of cameras/videos etc. is not permitted and must be switched off prior to entering the auditorium.
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