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FiTS - Fringe in the 'Stings Day Pass - Thursday


Thu 13 Oct 2016, 6:30pm–10:30pm

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

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Fringe in the 'Stings Day Pass - Thursday: $38.88 ($35.00 + $3.88 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 Thursday nights events, including The Famous Five minus 2 and the case of Aunt Fanny's missing Ginger Nuts!, So So Gangster and Common Cinders.

The Famous Five minus 2 and the case of Aunt Fanny's missing Ginger Nuts!

Live radio performance you say?
Yes indeed old chum!
Wizard, is it any good then old chap?
How very dare you, it's bloody well bolloxingly brilliant!

Thursday 13th October - 6.30pm
So So Gangster

James Nokise’s award winning show on youth gangs and politics returns to New Zealand from playing at the legendary Stand Comedy Club in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Combining Nokise’s own stories of being a useless member of the Bloods, with a look at New Zealand’s gang culture, So So Gangsta looks at the way we perceive each other in a hilarious and insightful way.

It’s received rave reviews and entertained audiences in Perth, Adelaide, London, New York, Edinburgh, and now finally... Hastings!
“Admittedly I’m a tough crowd and generally don’t like stand-up, but Nokise’s observations are sharp-eyed, razor tongued, and full of cheek that kept me laughing for a long time after the show” - Radio Adelaide

“When James Nokise smiles, you can’t help but smile right back” 4 Stars - Adelaide Now

​Thursday 13th October - 8pm

Common Cinders

Returning to the Common Room after its hugely successful debut in July 2016 Common Cinders is back!

Men as women, women as men, cows just being cows: It's all the fun of the pantomime. Silliness in spades.

The story of Cinderella reclaiming her life and pushing past the confines of the patriarchal society, but in a fun way.

​Thursday 13th October - 9.30pm