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Nelson Fringe: The Man Who Was Thursday

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Part of Nelson Fringe Festival

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All Ages

How a humble poet defeats The Man who Organises All Anarchy.
Gabrial Syme is recruited into the Philosopher Police to infiltrate the Supreme Anarchist Council and reveal the shocking truth. Pete Coates plays all twenty characters (and an elephant) as they chase across Europe to defeat the dreaded Sunday, the man who stops Anarchy falling into chaos.

“A masterclass in theatrical excellence…close to flawless” Echoes from the Wings
“brilliant and hilarious…Fast paced and totally compelling” Broadway world

Winner: Best Show, Best Solo Performer, Best Director - Nelson Fringe
Radio New Zealand: Top six shows - Wellington Fringe.
Nominated: Best Performer, Inspiration Award – Prague Fringe

Adapted and Directed by Giles Burton

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