Some programme highlights
Dunedin Fringe Festival
The winner of this year’s Best in Fringe managed to transform talking to an answering machine into a thought-provoking examination of powerlessness.
They have it in the bag — Dunedin Pride’s Fringe Festival Art Day wrapped up yesterday a collaborative venture between the two organisations with a display of creativity.
A juicy fruit, a tiny Toblerone and an up-sized kiwifruit is quite the unusual platter, but for the artists of Dunedin’s Fringe Festival this is but another delight for the senses.
An Incomplete Education, staged by Opera Otago and directed by officiant Kim Morgan, is knowledge which doesn’t come from books.
The spirit of Kafka lives on in The Sensemaker.
A Fringe Festival performative research project ended with two adults sitting in a bush near a busy Dunedin intersection and inspired a different way to view our city streets.
Guy Williams’ "Comedy Plus Time Equals Tragedy" is a delightful dive into the twisted mind of the New Zealand Today host.
Roald Dahl's Lamb to the SlaughterPlayhouse TheatreThursday, March 16REVIEWED BY BARBARA FRAME
Dunedin writer Angela Pope is loving the experience of putting on her first play at the Dunedin Fringe Festival.
The course of Covid-19 never did run smooth, but this troupe of travelling thespians have a way to keep performing despite the cancellations.
The Dunedin Fringe Festival is under way, offering 10 days of theatre, dance, music, comedy, cabaret and visual arts.
Dunedin artists are in the final phases of assembling their shows as the Dunedin Fringe Festival starts today.
A night of experimental art and saucy debauchery is on the horizon as Dunedin Fringe Festival cabaret performers prepare for their big night on stage.
International comedy act Ryan McGhee will share his take on the cultural differences (and similarities) between Scotland and Aotearoa in his show The Scottish Kiwi during the Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Grounded in Celtic musical traditions, Rennie Pearson takes audiences on a journey through history during this month’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.
Felolini Maria Tafuna’i admits starring in a play of her own writing is a different story, she tells Rebecca Fox.
Gasp! Dance Collective is not one to shy away from new challenges such as creating a dance film in a pandemic.
Here is a selection of the many fun, entertaining and challenging acts coming for this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival.
As the Dunedin Fringe Festival closes and two other arts festivals loom, their directors peruse each other’s offerings.