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'Director's' Pick For Fringe 2003!


'Director's' Pick For Fringe 2003!

The Puppet Ninja in association with C.L. BOB present - Faunaphonic Expansion Kit: "The Filth and the Furry" a puppet show in two filthy acts

R18

17-22 February 2003 Ed's Secret Ninja Hideout underground, corner Vivian St and Tory St tickets through ticketek

Combing the irrefutable talents of the Clan of the Puppet Ninja with the award-winning skills of "jazz super group" (Dominion) C.L. BOB, Faunaphonic Expansion Kit is the documentary exploration of the final recording sessions of the legendary animal prog-rock super group, Faunaphonic Expansion Kit.

Featuring a life soundtrack, insanity, a scene by scene guide to jokes, ninjas, puppets and other amusing things, Faunaphonic Expansion Kit cannot be missed.

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