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Dunedin Fringe Festival Confirms Two Event Cancellations

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Dunedin Fringe Festival Confirms Two Event Cancellations

The Dunedin Fringe Festival has today confirmed the cancellation of two events that were originally included in its 2017 programme- Riding in Cars with (Mostly Straight) Boys, and Maya & Torakiti, the street-performing ‘ninjya cats’. No performances of either show will take place, and any tickets purchased will be fully refunded.

WHAT: DUNEDIN FRINGE FESTIVAL 2017
DATE: 9-19 MARCH 2017
TICKETS FROM: WWW.DUNEDINFRINGE.NZ or 26 PRINCES STREET DUNEDIN

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