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Fringe NZ Listings For Wednesday 13th March

Wednesday 13th March

Fringe NZ Outdoor Events
Fringe NZ and Dulux Murals on the Fringe, James Smith Corner

Between the Islands, No.5 Cable St, 9.15pm
edendotcom, The Market Space, 9pm
Hamlet, Zeal, 7pm
Paper Crane, BATS, 6.30pm
Somewhere Else, The Space, 8pm
Strip, Indigo, 6pm
Taki Toru, No.5 Cable St, 7pm
The Lordz of the RiNgZ, various street locations
The Past with the Present: Teuki, No.5 Cable St, 8.15pm

The Stand Up Show, Circa, 9.30pm

The Space Zarathustra, The Space, Newtown, 8 and 10pm
5 min call, various venues
One of each, Iko Iko

Scratch, Shed 11, 8.30pm
Songwriter Showcase, Bar Bodega, 9pm
The Black Mill, Memorial Theatre, Victoria University, 8pm

Spoken Word
Busking Terror, Manners St and Cuba Mall, 10am –2pm

Visual Art
Arts Encompassing, Wellington Cathedral of St Paul, 9.30am – 5pm
Behind the Mesh, Circa
Contents of my handbag, Epic Café
Human/Machine/Landscape, Enjoy Gallery
Incadescence, Renouf Foyer, Michael Fowler Centre
OFF CIRKUTS, Downstairs, Thistle Hall
Propinquity, Amba
Shona miller, Art Attack, Paraparaumu
SLIP IT IN, Pablos

Gender Bender Variety Extravaganza, BlueNote, 8.30pm

The Phoenix, Cuba Mall, 8.30pm

The Body Cartography, Frank Kitts Lagoon, 7.30pm

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