ALL EVENTS IN AUCKLAND FRINGE 2017
Ford. Tomás Ford. A fantastic crooner by night, a terrible assassin by day.
Join him as he travels the world on an epic manhunt, without realising that he just might be the one being hunted. The mission plays out over eleven killer new songs and globe-trotting visuals. A hilarious, nail-bitingly tense spy thriller.
Lights! Camera! Action! It's a film without a camera!
Thursday 23 Feb, 5:30pm - International Games day: Building Towers Near and Far.
Artists from out of town are invited to talk about their work over some very serious and important parlour games.
Thursday 2 Mar, 5:00pm - Tea and Theory: Why THIS? Why NOW?
A discussion by leading female performance artists sharing the theories behind their work and explaining why they won't stop now
Wednesday 8 Mar, 5:30pm - Say What You Like: Past, Present and Future.
The public are invited to this auspicious Town Meeting to discuss the past, present and future of the Auckland Fringe. This is your chance, come armed with praise or rotten fruit, you shall have your say!
"O dark dark dark. They all go into the dark, the vacant interstellar spaces, the vacant into the vacant."
Introducing VACANT.6. Within the cemented confines of Wynyard Quarter's iconic architecture, Kerryanne Mayhew and Renee Richards contribute their choreographic voices to the echoing caverns of Silo 6.
We have a large and empty wall outside the studio. During the Auckland Fringe this wall will be transformed to a thing of beauty. The buildings on Shaddock Street are destined to become part of the AT Mt Eden train station and tunnel works. Until then we have an opportunity to use the space for creative gain. Watch our mural artists bring colour and joy to the desolate laneway.
621 opinions in 45 minutes.
This award-winning solo is a “funny, withering, and moving” piece about the fallibility of thought in our quest to solve the riddles of our world.
WINNER 2015 Melbourne Festival Discovery Award
WINNER 2015 Melbourne Fringe WA Tour Ready Award
WINNER 2015 Adelaide Fringe Best Theatre - Weekly Award
A metamorphosis of mermaids! A war cry of water ballerinas! A flotilla of femininity! Trilogy present the Wet Hot Beauties in Sea Change, a splash-tacular water ballet championing grrl power.
This February, as part of the Auckland Fringe and Pride Festivals, the award-winning Wet Hot Beauties make a spectacular splash at the Parnell Baths in their latest professionally choreographed water ballet offering, Sea Change.
What We Talk About is a live storytelling podcast about our obsessions.
Each night we get four guest speakers to tell a live audience about their greatest obsession. Each show is guaranteed to have hilarious anecdotes, heartfelt moments and captivating storytelling.