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EXCESS: The Suitcase show

Tuesday 10 January 2006

Gait Productions Presents

EXCESS: The Suitcase show

Venue: Street Theatre
Wellington CBD, Wellington City Airport, Railway Station, Bus Stops

Dates: Every Tuesday and Saturday over the duration of the Fringe

Cost: Free

Have you been on holiday this summer? Traveled overseas?

What always seems to be the biggest hassle? EXCESS baggage.

Well this show certainly takes it to the limit. How many suitcases does one person need?

Come observe how difficult it is to move ONE HUNDRED SUITCASES from one end of the city to the other by means of foot, taxis and busses. Each show will be a unique journey with a different route each day including installations being set up at various spots throughout the city.

This show will no doubt captivate spectators and stop you in your tracks!


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