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NZ Fringe Festival 2014 Registration

NZ FRINGE FESTIVAL 2014 REGISTRATION

Do you have something extraordinary you’ve always wanted to create?

Whether it’s an exciting new work, an old work you’d like to revisit or an inspiration you’ve just had – NZ Fringe Festival welcomes you!

The NZ Fringe is an open access festival - if you can make it, you can do it. We will be there to support you in your creative endeavors.
Registrations for Fringe 2014 are open 2 September until 11 October 2013.
We also have funding available for participants who are NZ residents.

For more details or to register go to fringe.co.nz

FRINGE DATES:
2 September 2013 - Registrations open!
11 September 2013 - What the 'F' is Fringe forum. Meet at Understudy (BATS Theatre) 6pm.
25 September 2013 - Producer's Forum. Meet at Toi Poneke HUB, 61 Abel Smith St, 6pm.
11 October 2013 - Registrations close!
7 February - 2 March 2014 - Festival Time!

CONTACT FRINGE:
Coordinator Hannah Clarke
Email: welcome@frringe.co.nz
Phone: 04 831 0581
Post: PO Box 6546, Marion Square, Wellington 6141
Office: Toi Poneke Arts Centre, Lvl 2, Office 1, West Building, 65 Abel Smith St, Wellington
Web: www.fringe.co.nz

ENDS

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