What's on at the Fringe Festival

TODAY
10am to 4pm: elparo emerges, 167 Rattray St.
Noon: Fringe Black Box, Festival HQ.
6pm: Slutty Ladies Garden Party, The McDougall's Garden.
7pm: Two Zones Please, Toitu.
7.30pm: Loose: A Private History of Booze & Iggy Pop 1996-2015, Taste Merchants.
7.30pm: Matt Stellingwerf in Bachelor of Arts, Inch Bar.
7.30pm: The Jewes Dance, Dog with Two Tails Cafe and Bar.
8pm: Manifesto 2083, Allen Hall Theatre.8pm: Mo(u)ld, Festival Club.
8pm: Receiver, 8 Roberts St.8pm: The Reinvention of Us, Cafe LOL - Wall Street mall.
8pm: Ben's New Zealand - Welcome to the Real Middle Earth, Purple Rain Retro Cafe.
8pm: Receiver, 8 Roberts St.8pm: The Reinvention of Us, Cafe LOL - Wall Street mall.
8pm: Ben's New Zealand - Welcome to the Real Middle Earth, Purple Rain Retro Cafe.
8.30pm and 9.30pm: unreliable witness, Dunedin Railway Station.
9pm: You Get What You Pay for, Inch Bar.
9.30pm: Children & Other Mistakes, Taste Merchants.10pm: Fringipani by Hiliako Iaheto, Festival Club.
10.15pm: The Loose Dick Kiddies Show, Fortune Theatre Studio.

TOMORROW
10am: Frankenfoot, Allbell Chambers.
Noon: Fringe Black Box, Festival HQ.
6pm: Slutty Ladies Garden Party, The McDougall's Garden.
7pm: Children & Other Mistakes, Taste Merchants.
7pm: Two Zones Please, Toitu.
7pm: Stuck in the Mud, Athenaeum Basement.
7.30pm: Matt Stellingwerf in Bachelor of Arts, Inch Bar.
7.30pm: The Jewes Dance, Dog with Two Tails Cafe and Bar.
7.45pm: A Tension to Detail, The Crypt, St Paul's.
8pm: Ben's New Zealand - Welcome to the Real Middle Earth, Purple Rain Retro Cafe.
8pm: Manifesto 2083, Allen Hall Theatre.
8pm: Mr Glad's Plastic Confessional Varietie Show, Re:Fuel Bar.
8pm: Receiver, 8 Roberts St.
8pm: The Reinvention of Us, Cafe LOL in Wall Street Mall.
8pm: The Glitta Supernova Experience - Let's Get Metaphysical, Festival Club.
8.30pm: Fist Kisser, Taste Merchants.
8.30pm: A Sanctimonius Celebration of Drag and S&M, The New Edinburgh Folk Club.
8.30pm: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, King George Hall.
9pm: You Get What You Pay for, Inch Bar.
10pm: The Love Club by Tahu Mackenzie, Festival Club.
10.15pm: The Loose Dick Kiddies Show, Fortune Theatre Studio.

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