2012 Dunedin Fringe Festival: What's On

TODAY

• Daily: Rare Goods, Lower Octagon.
• Daily: Billboard Sixty Special, Andersons Bay Rd.
• 10am-6pm: Botanica Banners, Dunedin Botanic Garden.
• Noon: Fringe Picks, Lower Octagon.
• Noon: Perky and Fiddle, Octagon and various locations.
• 12-6pm: Transit, Glue Gallery.
• 12-6pm: The Moon Knows: New Work by Mary McFarlane, Glue Gallery.
• 2pm: Weekend @ Burny's, Wing Sang building.
• 6pm and 9pm: Cabaret Botanica, St Martin's Hall.
• 7pm: Pink Spider Man, Globe Theatre.
• 7pm: Girl With a Movie Camera, Fortune Theatre main stage.
• 7.30pm: Made in New Zealand, Mary Hopewell Theatre.
• 7.30pm: Comedy Club, Ironic Cafe.
• 8pm: Milly Wonka and The Burlesque Factory, Sammy's.
• 8pm: Wom!n in my Life, Allen Hall Theatre.
• 5pm and 8pm: The Fire of Life: A Journey to the Underworld and Back, Chingford Park.
• 9pm: Mind Reader, Globe Theatre.
• 9pm: Gush: Love and Other Filthy Habits, Fortune Theatre studio.
• 10pm: Festival Club, Ironic Cafe.
• Night: Music to Repel, Age Concern car park, Bath St.
• Various: Performance Series, Blue Oyster Gallery.
• Various: Faux Pas, various locations.
• Various: Hold Onto Your Horses, various locations.

TOMORROW

• Daily: Rare Goods, Lower Octagon.
• Daily: Billboard Sixty Special, Andersons Bay Rd.
• 10am-6pm: Botanica Banners, Dunedin Botanic Garden.
• Noon and 4pm: Perky and Fiddle, Octagon and various locations.
• 12-6pm: The Moon Knows: New Work by Mary McFarlane, Glue Gallery.
• 7pm: Fringe Awards, Ironic Cafe.
• 2pm and 6pm: Girl With a Movie Camera, Fortune Theatre main stage.
• Night: Music to repel, Age Concern car park, Bath St.

 

 

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