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Fringe LIBATION LOUNGE


James Nokise. Photography by Kate Little

Fringe LIBATION LOUNGE

Libation; /lbe()n/; noun
1. an act of pouring a liquid as a sacrifice (as to a deity)
2. an act or instance of drinking often ceremoniously

Lounge; \launj\; verb
1. artistic temple where sacrifices result in creative output

Libation Lounge; subjective
1. late night Fringe variety chaos facilitated by James Nokise

Wed 5, Thu 13, Thu 20, & Thu 27 February
From 10.30pm, Rogue and Vagabond in Glover Park

Hosted by James Nokise, this is your place to experience bits of Fringe in all their forms and pour some libations of your own (down your throat, not on the floor, that would get sticky real quick)

FREE LATE LOUNGEY

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