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Fringe in the Hutt


Fringe in the Hutt

NZ Fringe 2014 has come to the vibrant Hutt with eight FREE / KOHA events for you to enjoy and experience.

Art Anarchy – lookout for roving pop up street art
Campground Chaos – a fusion of highly skilled circus comedy and physical theatre
Catherine Badwind – a playful adventure awaits you . . .
IQ2 – an interactive sound experience using wireless headphones
Nag – all creative endeavors start somewhere . . .
Films by City Lights – NZ made short films screened in local shop windows in association with HVHS
The Fire Within: A Fairy Tale Remix – theatrical displays of fire performance for a great cause
The Fountain Life Guards – a hilarious public safety campaign coming to a water fountain near you!

Full listings are available on www.fringe.co.nz

So head out to the Hutt to see some fantastic innovative free art as part of the Fringe Festival.

Proudly supported by Hutt City Council

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