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Fringe NZ Listings For Thursday 28th February

Thursday 28th February

Fringe Outdoor Events

Fringe NZ Magic On Tray, Courtenay Pl Bus stop (outside Hummingbird Restaurant), 9 and 10pm
Fringe NZ and Dulux Murals, James Smith Markets

Children of the Poor, No.5 Cable St, 6.30pm
COURT, Cuba & Manners Mall, 12.30pm
Hens’ Teeth, Circa, 5.30pm
If Pain Persists…, BATS, 6.30pm
Interviews and other lies, Capital E, 7.30pm
Kennedy’s Children, Drama Christi Studio, 8pm
The Lordz of the RiNgZ, various street locations, 12.30pm
Maison De Sante, Footnote Dance Studio, Cuba St, 8.30pm
The New 2002: Burning Love, No.5 Cable St, 9.30pm
Ola’s Son, BATS, 8pm

5 minute call, various locations
one of each, Iko Iko
Walu, Thistle Hall, 9pm
The Space Zarathustra, The Space, 8pm & 10pm

Spencer Who and friends, Garbaldi Club, 9.30pm
Undinal Songs, The Market Space, 8.30pm

Spoken Word
Busking Terror, various street locations

Visual Art
Art Walk, Cuba St
Behind the Mesh, Circa, 10-4pm
Beneath the Surface, Kura Gallery
Contents of my handbag, Epic Café
Incandescence, Renouf Foyer, Michael Fowler Centre
OFF CIRCUTS, Thistle Hall
Propinquity, Amba
Shona Miller, Art Attack Gallery and Studio, Paraparaumu
SLIP IT IN, Pablos Art Studio

Vanity Insanity, BATS, 9.30pm

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