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Free Fringe Festival workshop set to spark creativity

4 July 2014

Free Fringe Festival workshop set to spark creativity

Chances are, if you're the kind of person who knows exactly what you'd sing at karaoke, you'd create a great Fringe Festival show.

Fringe Festival shows are all in the spirit of creativity, good ideas and taking a risk to perform to local audiences.

Likely performers and the creatively curious are invited to a free information session to introduce them to the Fringe Festival, and answer any questions they might have about the New Zealand Fringe process and registrations.

Guest speakers will inspire and delight and outline everything people need to know to take part in the 2015 New Zealand Fringe Festival.

The session will be run on Tuesday 15 July at The Dowse Art Gallery, Lower Hutt. There's no need to book.

The Fringe Festival website: www.fringe.co.nz
What's the F in Fringe?
FREE
Tuesday 15 July from 6 - 7:30pm
James Coe 2, ground floor, The Dowse, 45 Laings Road, Lower Hutt
This session is part of the community arts network meeting.

ENDS

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