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Break Up [We Need To Talk]

There’s no easy way to do this… six hours of desperation, negotiation, devastation and emotional blackmail.

Bring along your smart phones and tweet as it all deteriorates, join the anguish on twitter: #bingebreakup or watch the live stream at www.bingeculture.co.nz

$5 entry. Show up when you can, come and go as you please – or stay until everything is worked through.

A durational performance from the makers of Whales (Best in Fringe 2013)

Saturday 8th February, 7pm- 1am

MATCHBOX STUDIOS . 166 CUBA ST . WGTN

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