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Frank, the Mind-Reading Hotdog Cancelled From Dunedin Fringe

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Frank, the Mind-Reading Hotdog Cancelled From Dunedin Fringe Festival

Comedian Matt Penny, AKA ‘Frank, the Mind-Reading Hotdog’ has unfortunately had to cancel his show at the Dunedin Fringe Festival due to personal circumstances.

The show, which was to be held at the Fortune Theatre, was selling well for both performances on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th March. The show has been receiving great reviews and was recently nominated for a Cabaret Award at Fringe World in Perth.

Tickets holders can have their tickets refunded by calling the Dunedin Fringe Festival office on 03 477 3350 or emailing info@dunedinfringe.nz. If tickets were purchased through the Fortune Theatre box office, they are advised to contact the theatre on 03 477 8323 or email boxoffice@fortunetheatre.co.nz.

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