Fringe Chat is a preview and review show with live studio interviews with our fabulous host Terry MacTavish. A small taste of what's happening in the 2021 Dunedin Fringe.
For a full programme visit www.dunedinfringe.nz
Episode 1: For the first episode of Fringe Chat, host Terry MacTavish is joined by Festival Director Gareth McMillan to talk about what to look forward to in this year's Fringe.
Episode 2: Artist Ewan McDougall and virtual reality expert Clair Hughes will be chatting to Terry about their exhibition Unreal, and before Terry takes us along to experience the Bathroom Self(ie) exhibition in the Wall St Mall toilets.
Episode 3: Terry MacTavish will be chatting to playwright Alison Cowen about her latest play Passing Through, and chats to Reuben Crisp
Episode 4: In episode 4 of Fringe Chat, Terry interviews James Nokise and DJ Don Luchito about their satirical history of colonisation, Faovale Imperium, and has a look at MEOW
Episode 5: Comedian Tom Sainsbury chats to Terry about coming to perform in Dunedin, before Terry reviews The Changing Shed, a new autobiographical theatre piece about growing up gay in rural Otago in the 70s.
Episode 6: Ready for some giggles? Terry will be talking to Chris Parker about his brand new stand up show inspired by lockdown felting.
Episode 7: Terry will be talking to Marea Colombo about Daddy Issues and poet Kyra Gillies shares one of her poems from her show Fierce Love and Fresh Air.
Episode 8: Joining Terry through the power of the internet today is Australian playwright Melissa-Kelly Franklin to talk about her evocative new play We'll Dance on the Ash of the Apocalypse which will be running as an online show at the Fringe. Terry will also be reviewing a gREAT rAW, a one-man play set in WW1.
Episode 9: Today's show is all about visual arts, including an interview with Danielle Munro, the artist behind Precious and a review of Creative Keys, an exhibition at Artsenta.
Episode 10: Terry will be chatting to Declan Patrick and Karen Barbour about comedy drag lecture Adventures in Failure and reviewing Thief, an autobiographical play about growing up in 90s LA. and Reuben Crisp pops in.
Episode 11: For our final episode of Fringe Chat, Terry will be talking to Reuben Crisp and looking back at all the fabulous Fringe happenings