Jenny Gillies Blooming Amazing

Timaru Timaru
Friday to:
04 Dec
05 Dec


Caroline Bay, Timaru

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ADULT Includes a complimentary glass of bubbles, grazing table and cash bar


Running Time: 75 minutes
Interval: 15 minutes


Caroline Bay, Timaru


Group 10+

Group booking for 10 or more – each ticket includes a complimentary glass of bubbles, grazing table and cash bar

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You won’t want to miss this.

‘Blooming Amazing’ is the exhibition and stage show of Christchurch based award-winnng costume and fabric artist, Jenny Gillies. The globally recognised designer describes it as “handcrafted flowers as fashion”.

Gillies’ costumes have been featured both nationally and internationally in exhibitions and live performances. Beauty, humour and an abundance of colour are showcased in her works, which change seasonally, just as the flora in the gardens does.

On Friday 4 th December and Saturday 5 th December evenings, Caroline BayHall will be transformed into a dazzling catwalk featuring a spectacular wearable flower show including live music from Timaru soloist, Ella Thomas.

Jenny Gillies Blooming Amazing - The Wearable Flower Show is on Friday 4 th and Saturday 5 th December. Your ticket includes the live show, ample time before and after the show to browse the exhibition, plus a complimentary glass of bubbles, grazing table and cash

Doors open at 6 pm. Show starts at 7 pm.
Tickets are $30 per person.

The exhibition and show are made possible with the support of Timaru District Council, Venture Timaru, Pub Charity and The Southern Trust.