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Our lastest NZSL performance is Cinderella – The Pantomime on Sat 19 December at 6:30pm.

Please contact circa@circa.co.nz to secure your tickets!


You will go to the Ball!

The magical fairy tale Cinderella bursts onto the Circa stage with a modern local twist.

Cinderella lives in the basement of a damp, leaky Mt Victoria flat with her dramatically evil step siblings. Things are rough! But what happens when Cinderella has a chance encounter with a fairy godmother with magical powers that would put Harry Potter to shame? And wait! There’s also a charming gentleman who may turn out to be a Prince. Could things possibly end up happily ever after?


Our previous NZSL performance was Sorry For Your Loss, part of the New Zealand Fringe Festival.  Wednesday 18th March at 7:30pm.

A one-woman show written and performed by the exciting up-and coming artist, Cian Gardner.

It is her story of growing up and explores the effects of having a sometimes-there mostly-not Dad, and an-always there-doing-her-best Mum. This story is about the strength of a woman; and the gift of strength from one woman to another.

Director Laura Haughey brings her unique physical approach to the storytelling in this original, devised piece of work.

The interpreted evening will be March 18th at 7:30pm.
Our three interpreters will be Melissa. Our team has been hard at work rehearsing the show, we hope you come along for an enjoyable and humorous evening.
Tickets can be purchased by emailing circa@circa.co.nz and requesting Deaf tickets. Tickets are $18 and come with one free companion ticket.
See you there!

Our latest NZSL performance was our annual Pantomime, Alice In Wonderland and was the most attended

In 2019 we had an NZSL of the amazing Rants in the Dark developed from Emily Writes’ best-selling book!

In 2018 a NZSL performance of Multi-Media Dance work  Meremere was offered.

In the past Circa offered an NZSL interpreted performance of Tribes by Nina Raine in 2013 and Kings of the Gym by Dave Armstrong in 2014.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact access@circa.co.nz