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Build Up To Fringe 06 This Is It. Yeehah!

Build Up To Fringe 06 This Is It. Yeehah!


Fringe 06 Feb 10 –March 5 Three weeks of ORGANISED CHAOS!

Rockin’Opening Night Party Friday 10 Feb

Come along and Party with RECLOOSE – FOR FREE!

Karen Blyth, director, is ecstatic about the opening of Fringe 06. “Everyone is welcome to the Fringe 06 opening night party, 9pm, at the Paramount. It’s going to be a monster!” Celebrated DJ extraordinaire RECLOOSE will be turning out upbeat sounds to rock the night away. Doors open at 9pm.

After months of preparation the Festival is ready to swing. Blyth is pleased with the way things have turned out. “We’re ready…we’re prepared for the chaos to ensue. Shows have already begun! ‘Despatch’ at BATS Theatre, lead in theatre piece for the Fringe, opened Wednesday 1 Feb. We have 11 shows and events that are making their mark on opening night 10 Feb. And there’s plenty more to come! ”

Fringe 06 proudly boasts 83 registered shows in 34 different venue locations. To guide yourself through the mayhem please pick up a programme at various outlets around Wellington, including the Paramount and BATS Theatre.

Vive la Fringe!


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