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Scene 24 Event Postponement, Crossing Sounds Venue Change


Event Postponement And Venue Change

Two Dunedin Fringe Festival performances have had to change event details.

Scene 24, a collaboration between Dunedin’s The Forgotten Guests and artist Kelly O’Shea, was originally scheduled to take place this evening at6pm. This has been postponed until tomorrow (Saturday 14th March) at the same time. The postponement is due to weather.

The Mentalist Collective, a local folk rock band have changed their venue for the third and and fourth performances of their show Crossing Sounds. All performances were to be held at the Two Left Feet Dance Studio at 14 Carroll St. However the two final shows on Saturday 21st March will now be held at Trident House at 88 Vogel Street. This is next to the overbridge on the corner of Jetty and Vogel Streets.

All up to date information on these events as well as other Festival events can be found at

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