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Fringe NZ Listings For Monday 25 February

Monday 25th February
Theatre
Children of the Poor, No.5 Cable St, 6.30pm
Halmet, Zeal, 7pm
Into the Chrysler Building, James Smith Carpark, 8.30pm
The Lordz of the RiNgZ, various street locations, 12.30pm
Maison De Sante, Footnote Dance Studio, 8.30pm
Ola’s Son, BATS, 8pm
The New 2002: Burning Love, No.5 Cable St, 9.30pm


Comedy
Peeling Back the Paint, City Gallery, 6pm


Multi media
5 min call, various venues
one of each, Iko Iko
The Space Zarathurstra, The Space, 8 and 10pm

Music
Hey Prestonissimo, Circa, 7.00pm

Spoken Word
Busking Terror, various venues


Visual Art
Art Walk, Cuba St Cafes and Shops
Behind the Mesh, Circa, 10-4
Beneath the Suface, Kura Gallery
Black Sunday, Watermark Gallery
Contents of my Hnadbag, Epic Café
Incadescence, Renouf Foyer, Michael Fowler Centre
SLIP IT IN, Pablos Art Studio

Outdoor
Fringe NZ and Dulux Murals, James Smith Market

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