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FiTS - Fringe in the 'Stings Day Pass - Friday


Fri 14 Oct 2016, 6:30pm–11:00pm

Where: The Common Room, 227 Heretaunga St East, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Fringe in the 'Stings Day Pass - Friday: $54.25 ($50.00 + $4.25 fees)
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale


Settle in for a night of hi-jinks and frivolity with a Fringe in the 'Stings Day Pass.

Your day pass gives you a festival wrist band and access to The Common Room for the duration of Friday night's events, including Coriander’s Yoga(ish) Show, Fringe Laugh Lounge and Jazz Kung Fu - Revolutionary Arts Ensemble.

Coriander’s Yoga(ish) Show

Coriander (Randi for short!) invites you to join her for an hour of spiritual enlightenment and a journey like no other with her very special yoga(ish) show.

She knows her heart chakra from her third eye and her favourite yoga(ish) pose would have to be the cat and cow sequence, “but you, like, really have to connect with the animals by mooing and meowing....”. All levels welcome, in fact the less you know about yoga the better!

"From start to finish, Brien engages her audience with consummate ease in what is a highly innovative and original show." - The Dominion Post

“I literally had to massage my cheeks from laughing so hard!” – A real life yoga teacher

Friday 14th October - 6.30pm

Fringe Laugh Lounge

Some of the hottest, newest and freshest talent rolling off the Stand-up circuit in New Zealand. Featuring:

Cori Gonzalez Macuer - 7Days regular and Star of What We Do In The Shadows.

James Nokise - New Zealand's favourite Samoan/Welsh stand-up comic - Voted 'Best Male Comedian' and 'Most Improved Comedian' in the 2013 NZ Comedy Guild Awards.

Dorge - Puppet master Jon Coddington Muppet-styled puppetry, that takes you through his 50 shades of orange and other furry matters. This ain't no family show!

Friday 14th October - 8pm

Jazz Kung Fu - Revolutionary Arts Ensemble

The Revolutionary Arts Ensemble is a Hastings-based music/art band.

In this new set, Jazz Kung Fu, they take a musical blender, start with some classic avant-garde Jazz tunes, throw in a good pinch of Punk and lightly sprinkle with a little Booker T and the MG's before they serve.

​Friday 14th October - 10pm