An electric collaboration between The New Zealand Dance Company, The Conch and choreographer Ross McCormack, this dance theatre work interrogates the delicacy of our ecosystems, our effect on Mother Earth, and the beauty of art and nature intertwining. This Fragile...
AUCKLAND LIVE’S FRINGE TOWN UNLEASHES A PROGRAMME OF INVENTIVE ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE
The wild child of the performing arts, Auckland Live Fringe Town returns to take over the magnificent Auckland Town Hall from 25 February to 1 March with an explosive line-up of unconventional experiences.
Proudly part of the 2020 Auckland Fringe Festival, Fringe Town has enticed thrash metal stars, an alternative-indie organist, Tongan kava bowl tale-tellers, Māori haka theatre performers, artivists, and eclectic live musicians to make creative use of every nook and cranny within the Auckland Town Hall. Get ready to join us on the fringe in the very centre of town, for this extraordinary festival-inside-a-festival.
Check out all of the Auckland Live Fringe Town events below.
Award-winning Pasifika theatre company Tales from a Kava Bowl present Burning Opinion, a bilingual piece performed in Tongan and English.
A week of free music!* Ascend the Auckland Town Hall's grand foyer staircase to a transformed mezzanine and discover an alcove of sonic delights, eclectic musicians and multidisciplinary artists.
Lose yourself wandering through this magical light-filled space that emerges and shifts before your very eyes.
The Auckland Town Hall organ awakens at the unassuming hands of Melbourne-based, unique Kiwi singer-songwriter Sarah Mary Chadwick (Batrider). Performing her monumental album, The Queen who Stole the Sky, Chadwick’s chillingly beautiful voice and evocative, existential lyrics are juxtaposed against...
The three-piece Waipu band, not yet in their twenties, have received worldwide acclaim on their debut album Tū and are now touring extensively and playing major festivals in Europe and North America. Finally, they’re returning to Aotearoa to headline Auckland...
They sold out in the 2019 Fringe Festival, now haka theatre group Hawaiki TŪ return with a powerful, new, in-development Māori dance work embodying the dual nature of being: action and reaction.