NO SHOW4 The Cameltoe No Show : Dunedin Fringe Festival

NO SHOW4 The Cameltoe No Show

A ship of fools, cycling in a circle for mental health.

The multi-award winning Nutcase is back, bearing yet another accolade. A 2020 Recipient of a Highly Commended Citation, Pak'n'Save Artistic Achievement Award, from Arts Access Aoteraoa.

"Wearing a blue horse head mask Liz holds a sign high. Disapointment Guaranteed". An award from the state, for artwork made about abuse by the state. The lived experience of potent irony. Makes about as much sense, as years of meaningless assistance for great suffering. 

This year The No Show is cycling in a circle, like a loony, around the future Dunedin Hospital site.  Every day of the 2021 Dunedin Fringe The Cameltoe No Show will be cycling around and livestreaming on the No Show facebook page

The No Show4 The Cameltoe No Show rests on the age old battle between lycra and vagina! One Cameltoe to illuminate the useless c**ts, (or raise awareness of abuse in mental health care) What difference will a new hospital make to mental health care? Perhaps we should erect a sorry shop instead.

The No Show4 The Cameltoe No Show a daily protest of moving parts in the Dunedin Cycle Lane. We have no idea how this will look or happen or come together, no idea, about as much idea as the mental health service had. There also might be flyers in the shape of Camel packets at local cafes.

The NoShow4 the Cameltoe No Show. "If you're not prepared to help yourself I can't help you" Thanks Crisis Nurse.

Thu
18
March
03:00PM
Fri
19
March
03:00PM
Sat
20
March
01:00PM
Sun
21
March
01:00PM
Mon
22
March
03:00PM
Tue
23
March
03:00PM
Wed
24
March
03:00PM
Thu
25
March
03:00PM
Fri
26
March
03:00PM
Sat
27
March
01:00PM
Sun
28
March
01:00PM

Price

Free

Every session of this event will be live streamed on the No Show Cameltoe Facbook page. Get link below.
All Ages

Duration

2hrs

Venues

Dunedin Fringe Online Venue


The Dunedin Cycle Lane

The Cycle Lane Dunedin 9011

Visual Art Conceptual Art Moving Image

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About Us

The Dunedin Fringe Festival is the world’s southernmost Fringe Festival. Initiated in 2000, Dunedin Fringe aims to bring experimental contemporary art to a wider audience and to support the work of emerging artists. Dunedin Fringe is an annual event which happens every March timed to coincide with other fringe festivals in New Zealand and Australia.

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Dunedin Fringe Arts Trust
PO Box 1331
Dunedin 9054
New Zealand

03 477 3350