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Sat, 24 August 2013

The Fringe Hub

The Fringe Hub
Centred around three venues in North Melbourne, the Fringe Hub offers a true taste of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. It features works across all of the Festival categories including comedy, performance, dance, cabaret, live art, music, circus and more.
And every night in the Fringe Club (at the North Melbourne Town Hall) there’s a party, with 12 theme nights running the gamut of entertainment genres – including punk, circus, comedy, rock, ‘90s sing-alongs – even football gets a guernsey.
Fringe Hub:
North Melbourne Town Hall (includes The Fringe Club, Meeting Room, Rehearsal Room, The Warren, The Warehouse)
Lithuanian House (Main Theatre, Ballroom, The Loft, Son of Loft)
Errols Café (Upstairs at Errols).

Several other venues around Melbourne act as smaller satellite Hubs during the Festival, including Revolt, La Mama, Tuxedo Cat, the Butterfly Club, the Imperial, the Substation, the Owl & Pussycat and more. Also this year, the Gasworks Art Park in Albert Park hosts a significant number of Melbourne Fringe Festival circus shows under the Circus After Dark banner.

Who can speak about the Melbourne Fringe Festival?
Jayne Lovelock, Melbourne Fringe CEO
Felix Preval, Melbourne Fringe Independent Arts Manager
And the artists – all 4000 of them.
Melbourne Fringe is the leading organization for the independent arts in Victoria, managing the annual, open access Melbourne Fringe Festival and a series of forums, workshops, events and individual consultations, all aimed at supporting the state’s diverse independent artistic community.

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