Come and celebrate the splendour that is the Fringe Festival, with drinks, DJs, and one last dance. An Afternoon On The Fringes at Silo Park will host food trucks, the Silo Park Bar, as well as plenty of wild and wondrous people and performers for the best kind of Sunday session.
Art and destruction, using the near perfect medium of cardboard. The point is to build something from cardboard and then destroy it, which destroys the point.
Brenda Vester is a sculptor who creates forms from wire. Watch as she creates figures live.
On the 27th of February, Aucklanders will have the opportunity to contribute to a public mural outside of the Central City Library alongside internationally-acclaimed artist Jean-Marc Calvet. A cat with many lives, Jean Marc started out on the streets. His journey was one of addiction, crime and despair until the age of 38 when he overcame his addictions through an extraordinary metamorphosis in which he began to paint.
Now a passionate suicide prevention advocate, Jean Marc will recount his story of redemption as he paints, hoping to leave a mark of hope. Food will be available from the Splice BBQ trailer.
Take to the streets and make a love story possible with this mobile phone-driven piece. You represent The Giftgivers, a bespoke courier service celebrating anniversaries and connecting couples separated by distance.
A story of love, loss and a little bit of wackiness.
A new exhibition has come to town: “The Museum of Broken Relationships” from Zagreb. Pedro, the town’s museum archivist is heartbroken from the sudden death of his beloved wife. Eclipsed by the moon, we follow Pedro crossing from his loss to a new life, with help from the provocative and wild museum workers. ‘Moonbridge’ entwines fantasy & reality as exhibits become real and stories from the ancient and near past, that thrust Pedro into historical encounters that propel him back to life, love and the moon.
Shabbat Shalom and Thank You for Coming will be be the greatest (unorthodox) Friday Night Shabbat Meal you will ever attend. With a live band, a crew of clowns, storytelling and plenty of food and wine, Freya Finch will reconstruct the traditional Jewish Friday night meal into a theatrical spectacular.
Shabbat Shalom and Thank You for Coming is a ritual, a celebration, a show, a dinner party and you (yes, you) are invited.
Get your friends and family together at Silo Park. Relax and unwind from the week with DJs, food trucks and the Silo Park Bar from 5pm. Wander the Silo Night Markets before setting up your bean bag or blanket for The Gods Must Be Crazy at 9pm (PG - Contains violence).
No guilt-tripping about needing to floss more. No boring lectures about mouth wash. Just a fun and informative chat to help you avoid the mare of outrageous dental bills.
Why? Oral diseases are preventable! Join experienced dental hygienist, Grace Maguire and trained dentist, Sam Smith as they use their powers for good.
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.