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Fringe Festival Presents Chit Chat Lounge

Published: Fri 5 Feb 2010 09:39 AM
The New Zealand Fringe Festival Presents
Chit Chat Lounge
Your Creamy Talk Show, Covered In Fringe!
You can't keep a good talk show down, and you shoot the rest dead. We ran out of bullets so the Chit Chat Lounge is back!


Click to enlarge Wellington's favourite Fringe-focused near-nightly talk show is back, delivering your source for Fringe-centric comedy, interviews, gossip and films. Join hosts Derek Flores and Vinyl Burns four nights per week at Fringe Bar from 10pm.
And there's more: Because you can't put a price on comedy gold it's free! Which is less than a packet of chocolate biscuits, Perhaps not as tasty, but certainly more entertaining.
Held at 10pm from Wednesday to Saturday at Wellington's dedicated home of comedy The Fringe Bar, The Chit Chat Lounge is a late-night live talk show featuring guest interviews and live music from the many Fringe 2010 festival participants.
It's kind of like Letterman but without the TV studio and the jokes are better.


Click to enlargeNow in its fourth year, The Chit Chat Lounge has undergone a bit of a makeover – well, actually it will be undergoing what we call a dynamic makeover in a state of comedic evolution (which means they'll be making it up as they go along).
New features have been added: new prizes galore, dangerous dares, audience fashion shows, video vignettes that aren't repeated from last year – and look out for the Wheel of Fish! That'll fry your dinner good and proper.
Join host Derek Flores supported by Vinyl Burns and band The Flavour of Yesterday. Wednesday to Saturday for the duration of the New Zealand Fringe Festival.
The Chit Chat Lounge
Wednesday to Saturday 10pm
The Fringe Bar, corner Cuba and Vivian St
Free!
ENDS

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