Dunedin’s Fringe Festival is an ideal opportunity for emerging artists to test their ideas and mettle. Rebecca Fox talks to first-time playwright Ruth Carraway.
Performers and supporters have waved goodbye to a Fringe which organisers think the city should be proud of.
As Fringe has its final blowout this weekend, the talk on the street is about the festival attracting more established acts.
While trying to bolster Dunedin's comedy scene, a Christchurch comedian has had a Fringe Festival of nightmares.
Last night, Elemental transformed a seaside scene into a mythical wonderland, writes reviewer Jono Edwards.
Performers Victoria Bernard (26, front) and Fern Stoddart (16) provide a mesmerising entrance to Fringe show Elemental on the rocks outside the St Clair Hot Salt Water Pool in Dunedin last night.
Tucked away in an adjoining room of Dunedin's Inch Bar, a trio of comedians run the gauntlet most dreaded by those in their line of work: the intimate gig.
Sunday Morning Gothic, Audrey Porne and Reuben Todd, give a very laconic performance of Apocalyptic Us at 10 Bar that feels a bit like being at Sunday brunch with your neighbours who you don’t know...
The title is alluring: Pretty Little Confessions. You think of getting the inside story on something deliciously shocking, or sharing in a cosily intimate revelation that will comfort you with the...
Spanish puppeteers are decorating a street-side window with a free show this Fringe, no strings attached.
Forgoing a Saturday show may be a dubious financial decision for a visiting comedian, but rugby fan Bruce Fummey knows where his priorities lie.
No scabs! No narks! No traitors! This is the family motto that Aunty gets her audience (or should I say her whanau) to chant during a one woman comedy performance at the Fortune Theatre.