Trinity Catholic College prides itself on the depth of its cultural programmes. We believe it is important for students to have a wide range of experiences in addition to their academic focus. There are many opportunities for our students to get involved in cultural activities because of the commitment of our staff and their willingness to share their skills and expertise. From music lessons to productions, debating, kapa haka and much more, there is something for all students.
Pantomime - Santa’s Red Carpet Christmas
Wednesday November 15, 2023
Make sure you book your tickets for Trinity’s 2023 Pantomime, “Santa’s Red Carpet Christmas”.
Trinity Catholic College Pantomime 2023
Wednesday November 8, 2023
Tickets are now available for Trinity Catholic College’s pantomime, “Santa’s Red Carpet Christmas”.
Term Four - Whānau Hui
Wednesday October 11, 2023
This will be held in the Trinity College Library on Tuesday 24th October at 5. 15pm.
Interschool Haka Practice
Thursday August 3, 2023
On September 19th - 21st Ōtepoti will host the Ngā Manu Kōrero Nationals, regional winners from all over Aotearoa will compete here at the Edgar Centre.
Wednesday July 26, 2023
The Otago regional round of TheatreFest took place last weekend.
Cultural Awards 2022
Wednesday October 19, 2022
The Cultural Awards evening took place at the end of last term and it was wonderful to be able to come together once again as a community and celebrate all that our students have achieved in the performing arts area this year.
Otago Māori and Pacific Islands Festival 2022
Thursday September 1, 2022
From September 12 the largest Otago Southland Pacific Festival (a week long) will be happening at the Edgar Centre. Kavanagh will be performing on the evening of Thursday, 15th September.
Confirmed Dates for the Otago Maori and Pacific Islands Festival 2022
Wednesday August 3, 2022
Dates: Monday 12 September – Friday 16 September 2022
Kavanagh Music Students Performing at Toitū
Wednesday May 4, 2022
As part of NZ Music Month, Toitū Otago Settlers Museum has offered local high school students the chance to perform in the museum foyer on Saturday 7 May and Saturday 14 May.
Wednesday May 4, 2022
Next Thursday evening (14 May at 7pm) - two Kavanagh groups will perform their Shakespeare scenes at a showcase evening at the King's and Queen's Performing Arts Centre.