7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Civic Theatre - Invercargill,
88 Tay Street,
This is the seventy-sixth and final year for one of the city’s schools oldest traditions: “ILT Sing Out”.
Once again, under the talented direction of Miss Sarah Rae and supported by the inimitable Dr Mike and the Rest Home Refugees, this final fling also features the fab-li-ous and highly talented award winning vocalist Michelle Lange!
Be part of history with your kids as they farewell in style “ILT Sing Out – For the Final Time!” at the Civic Theatre.
An allocated seating event at the Civic Theatre, 88 Tay Street, Invercargill. For further information please contact the ICC Booking Office, 101 Esk Street, Invercargill, Phone (03) 211 1692.
Child ticket price applies to ages 2-17 years. Under 2 years free if sitting on parent/guardian’s knee only.
Back Stalls (all seats)
Front Stalls (all seats)
Dress Circle (all seats)
To collect internet or phone booked pick-up tickets in advance of the performance please visit the ICC Booking Office,101 Esk Street, Invercargill after 2.00pm the day following purchase (on business working days). All tickets booked for pick-up on the day of an event must be collected from the venue in the hour before the event commences.
Please contact the ICC Booking Office.
Show Running Time
1 hour 30 minutes approximately.
There is no intermission for this event.
Doors open one hour prior to the performance start time for Box Office ticket sales (subject to availability).
Photography & Filming
The use of cameras and video recorders is not permitted. All devices must be switched off prior to entering the auditorium.
Tuesday, 17 September
St Theresa’s (Bluff)
Wednesday, 18 September
Thursday, 19 September
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