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Fringe Listings For Tuesday 19th February

Tuesday 19th February

Theatre
Court, various street locations, 12.30pm
Duel, Te Whea Basement, 8pm
Hamlet, Zeal, 7pm
Indiscretions, BATS, 6.30pm
The Lordz of the Rings, Various Street Locations, 12.30pm
Much Ado about Nothing, Muritai School Yard, Eastborne, 7.30pm
The Other Conversation, No.5 Cable St, 9.30pm
Wild Man Eyes, BATS, 8pm

Comedy
Pure Hoopal, No.5 Cable St, 8pm


Multimedia
5 minute call, various venues
oneofeach, Iko Iko
The Space Zarathustra, 8pm and 10pm, The Space
The City Organisms, BATS, 9.30pm

Music
Hey Prestonissimo, Circa, 9.30pm
Briar Ross, Imbibe, 7.30pm

Spoken Word
Busking Terror, various street locations

Visual Arts
Artwalk, Various venues along Cuba St
Connected, Shed 11, 10-5pm
Black Sunday, Watermark Gallery
Behind the Mesh, Circa Theatre, 10am - 4pm
Contents of my Handbag, Epic Café, 7am-5pm
OFF CIRCUTS, Thistle Hall
Shona Miller, Art Attack Gallery, Paraparaumu, 10am-5pm


Outdoor
Arty Chalks, Wellington’s waterfront, 12-5pm


Events
Breakfast in a bubble, Paris Texas Shop Window, 7 – 10am

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