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WELLINGTON CITY VENUES
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NameAddressContact NamePhoneEmailType of workCapacity
Seats Provided
TechOperator?WebsiteAccessibilityAvailabilityNotes
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BATS1 Kent TerraceNick Zwart04 802 4716nick@bats.co.nzTheatre, dance, improv, comedy
Prop 85, Dome 70, Stud 40
Full seating provided
lighting rig and sound system
Shows must provide operator. BATS has a technical manager to help advise.
www.bats.co.nz
Wheelchair accessible (24 hr notice preferred)
Dedicated to FringeDeadline for Fringe applications to stage at BATS is 4th October 2018.
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Bicycle Junction1 Marion Street, Te AroCatarina Gutierrez04-385-2362catarina@bicyclejunction.co.nz
Live music and performances, talks, workshops
100 standing, 70 seated
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Projector, projection screen, guest wifi, bluetooth sound
Nobicyclejunction.co.nz
wheelchair access
after shop hours (after 5:30 most days, after 4pm weekends), and not during yoga sessions upstairs.
Cafe facilities (sink, fridge, dishwasher, coffee machine), bike repair facilities. outdoor seating
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CarolineManners StEmi Pogoni020 40236597emi@caroline.nz
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Cavern Club22 Allen StreetMike Fowler04 385 7536 / 021 906 453info@cavernclub.co.nzcomedy80www.cavernclub.co.nzThroughout festival
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Circa Theatre1 Taranaki Street04 801 8137circa@circa.co.nzTheatre98
Lighting and sound system
Shows must provide your own. House tech available for pack in to advise
www.circa.co.nzLighting rig and sound set upprogrammed in August.
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Civic SquareHannah Clarke04 212 4275welcome@fringe.co.nzAll genreswww.fringe.co.nz
Wellington City Council has asked for all public space enquiries to come through Fringe so get in touch with us to chat
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Cuba MallCuba StreetHannah Clarke04 212 4275welcome@fringe.co.nzwww.fringe.co.nz
Wellington City Council has asked for all public space enquiries to come through Fringe so get in touch with us to chat
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Enjoy GalleryLevel 1/ 147 Cuba StSophie Daviscurator@enjoy.org.nzexhibition spaceExhibitions programmed 10 mths ahead
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Fat G (Fringe at the Gryphon)22 Ghuznee Street
Aaron Blackledge/Christine Luiten
fringeatthegryphon@gmail.comTheatre, dance, improv, comedy80 (tbc)Dedicated to FringeProgrammed by submission. Deadline for submissions 24 September
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Fringe Bar26-32 Allen StreetJoel Woodbookings@thefringebar.co.nztheatre, comedy, improv, cabaret120100Yes
Yes, or provide your own
www.thefringebar.co.nzStairs
Open afternoons for matinee shows.
The backstage space shared with other shows. Regular Fringe bar shows and events may already have bookings during the festival dates.
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Goethe-Institut 150 Cuba StreetUlli Rosenfeld04 3856924arts@wellington.goethe.orgSmall exhibitions in foyer.100NoNoProvide own.www.goethe.de/nzYesAvailable throughout Fringe
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Hunter LoungeVictoria University of Wellington, KelburnJack Barber021 938 376jack@thehunterlounge.co.nz
Big space with bar, great for gigs, caberat
Sound systemProvide own.
www.thehunterlounge.co.nz facebook.com/thehunterlounge
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Inverlochy Art School
3 Inverlochy Place (off 144 Abel Smith Street)
Mark Marriott
022 6152738/04 939 2177
manager@inverlochy.org.nzwww.inverlochy.org.nz
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Ivy Bar and Cabaret49 Cuba StreetSteven Mawhinney04 282 1580steven@hospogurus.co.nz Bar and cabaret venue
Sound system some lights
Provide your own
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Kowhai CafeTop of Cable CarDi - Events team04 9398517 events@boatcafe.co.nz
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Plimmer Steps (Above Leroy's)2 Plimmer Steps (Lambton Quay)Kirsten Kelling021 662 361kirsten@ghg.nz / functions@ghg.nz
live music, art installations, comedy, Black Box Theatre.
licence for 300, seated 150
yes
No included in room hire but can be provided at cost.
No included in room hire but can be provided at cost.
www.plimmersteps.co.nz
Stairs and Service Lift
noon to 3am
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Leroy's3 Plimmer Steps (Lambton Quay)Kirsten Kelling021 662 361kirsten@ghg.nz / functions@ghg.nzLive music, comedy300bar leaners
no but can be provided at cost
no but can be provided at cost
www.plimmersteps.co.nzOff street12 - 12N.B. open CBD bar no door charge policy
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Meow (Not Cafe)9 Edward StreetMichael Keane027 788 1777events@welovemeow.co.nzSpoken word, cabaret, comedy, music150150Yes
$150 for house tech. $100 for house support if supplying own tech.
www.welovemeow.co.nzYes
Tue after 3pm, Wed after 9pm, Thur after 8, Sat 3-9, Sun after 3.
Café, bar, and comedy and music venue
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Moon167 Riddiford Street, Newtown04-389 9933moon1bookings@gmail.com
Music, cabaret, dance, an ecclectic mash up of all of the above
www.facebook.com/MOonMoonMoonMoon
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Museum Wellington City & Sea (The Attic)Customs Quay64 4 471 0919venues@experiencewellington.org.nz60
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Museum Wellington City & Sea (Flux)Customs Quay64 4 471 0919venues@experiencewellington.org.nzTheatre, dance140yes
sound system and operator FOC
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Newtown Community & Cultural Centre7 Colombo Street, NewtownRenee Rushton04 389 4786info@newtowncommunity.org.nzAll genres100100YesProvide own.www.newtowncommunity.org.nzYes
Needs to be booked around schedule of weekly events.
Hall and theatre available. Availabilities depend on regular community bookings. Curtains and lights are down for health and safety reasons. Lights can be put up manually on stands. Due to availability - groups will most likely have to pack down after each performance
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Nga Taonga Sound & Vision84 Taranaki StreetAmanda White04 896 4816amandawhite@ngataonga.org.nzFilm9898
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Northland Memorial Community Centre5 Woburn Rd, NorthlandBill04 475 8511nmcc@northlandcommunitycentre.org.nzAll genres300170NoProvide own
http://northlandcommunitycentre.weebly.com/
Available throughout Fringe
It has blackout curtains on the hall windows and a professionally painted mural above and around the stage. There are kitchen and toilet facilities available, and well as plenty of free on-street parking as well as disabled access. A polished wooden floor (with court paint lines on it), a raised window-style stage which is approximately 7m wide and 3m tall
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Pyramid Club272 Taranaki StDaniel Bebandaniel@soundexplorers.co.nzExperiment music and performance art
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San Fran171 Cuba StreetZiggy Ziya04 801 6797ziggy@sfbh.co.nz
Late night, cabaret, comedy, music, or early night theatre
200sfbh.co.nz
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Scruffy Bunny
100 Courtney Place, Te Aro, Wellington (Old PostShop, Reading Cinemas)
Richard Hoffmanhirescruffybunny@gmail.com
In priority order: Improv (theatre and comedy), Sketch, Stand up, other comedy, storytelling, quirky live events.
Up to 80 confirmed (possibly 100 TBC). Without it looking empty probably about 30.
Yes - long benches in flat rows looking at a simple stage with a short raise
Simple sound system and stage wash with centre spot. Note: this has not yet been installed
Please provide own operator. FoH: Box Office Managed by The Scruffy Bunny using the Fringe ticketing system
https://www.facebook.com/The-Scruffy-Bunny-Improv-Theatre-447066272326607/
YES! Wheelchair accessible venue. Accessible toilets available in the Reading Cinemas foodcourt.
All of Fringe - Daytimes included. Last show must end before 10:30pm.
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S & M's Cocktail Lounge & Bar176 Cuba StreetScotty & Malcom021 917 980/021 917 960info@scottyandmals.co.nzwww.scottyandmals.co.nz
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Space Place at Carter Observatory (Planetarium)41 Salamanca Road64 4 471 0919venues@experiencewellington.org.nz90
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Space Place at Carter Observatory (Exploration Room)
41 Salamanca Road64 4 471 0919venues@experiencewellington.org.nzAll genres, child friendly100yes
sound system and operator FOC
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Tararua Tramping Club4 Moncrieff StreetAlan Wright04 479 2566ttc-sales@ttc.org.nzAll genreswww.tcc.org.nzHall with stage and wooden floor. Often used during school holidays for kids show
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Te Auaha (Tapere Nui)65 Dixon StreetWill Harris04 830 2213Will.Harris@wandw.ac.nzLive performance105Yes
List of equipment still to be confirmed, but lighting and sound equipment will be provided
Nohttps://www.teauaha.com/
Wheelchair access, hearing loops
Throughout Festival
Te Auaha NZ Institute of Creativity is a new world-class tertiary education institute. Its home is Te Kāhui Auaha, a brand new purpose-built six-floor building on the corner of Cuba and Dixon Streets. Te Kāhui Auaha is a building still currently under construction (construction that is running to schedule!), so you won’t be able to come and visit until very close to pack-in and some details are still being finalised. We’re finalising the financial arrangements for hiring the two theatres for Fringe 2018 and hope to have an Info Pack for potential Fringe shows ready very soon. If you’re interested in finding out more please contact Cherie.
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Te Auaha (Tapere Iti)65 Dixon StreetWill Harris04 830 2213Will.Harris@wandw.ac.nzLive performance76Yes
List of equipment still to be confirmed, but lighting and sound equipment will be provided
Nohttps://www.teauaha.com/
Wheelchair access, hearing loops
Throughout Festival
Te Auaha NZ Institute of Creativity is a new world-class tertiary education institute. Its home is Te Kāhui Auaha, a brand new purpose-built six-floor building on the corner of Cuba and Dixon Streets. Te Kāhui Auaha is a building still currently under construction (construction that is running to schedule!), so you won’t be able to come and visit until very close to pack-in and some details are still being finalised. We’re finalising the financial arrangements for hiring the two theatres for Fringe 2018 and hope to have an Info Pack for potential Fringe shows ready very soon. If you’re interested in finding out more please contact Cherie.
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Te PapaWellington WaterfrontMatthew Davies04 381 7165NO ADDRESSAll genres
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The Grand69 Courtenay PlaceRyan Mann04 801 7800 / 022 344 3256info@thegrandwgtn.co.nz450150-200
32 channel sound desk and stage pro lighting desk.
House tech on request
www.thegrandwellington.co.nzvia lift
Multi-floor venue, pretty much ready to go.
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The Lagoon LawnOutside St John's Bar, waterfrontHannah Clarke04 831 0581welcome@fringe.co.nzwww.fringe.co.nz
Wellington City Council has asked for all public space enquiries to come through Fringe so get in touch with us to chat
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The Third Eye30 Arthur StJames Pauljake.baxendale@gmail.comLive Music, story telling75
Yes (limits capacity)
Yes (for added cost $150)
Yes (for added cost $150)
Nonegotiable
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Thunderbird154 Featherston StNicci Giles(04) 499 1966thunderbird154@gmail.com
Cafe/restaurant. Great for small gigs (country, blues, americana), spoken word, magicians, stand up or small scale interesting work. Early evenings and weekend afternoons best
www.thunderbirdcafe.co.nz
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Toi Poneke Art Gallery61 Abel Smith Street, Te AroDavid, Jade, or Erica04 385 1929artscentre@wcc.govt.nzAll genres
Multiple spaces, between 20-70pax.
YesNoProvide ownwww.toiponekehub.wcc.govt.nzYes
Book ASAP. Mention Fringe to receive fringe rates.
Limited onsite car parking.
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Valhalla152 Vivian StreetBen Mulchin022 052 4302valhalla.tavern@gmail.comLive Music15020YesYeswww.valhallatavern.comYes
Contact for booking availability.
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Vogelmorn Bowling Club93 Mornington RdThomas La Hood04 550 1649thomas@barbarian.co.nzAll genres
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WCC Venues
Multiple Locations http://wellington.govt.nz/services/community-and-culture/council-venues-for-hire
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Wellington Chocolate Factory5 Eva Street04 385 7555bookings@wcf.co.nzStorytelling, live musicwcf.co.nz
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HUTT CITY VENUES
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Angus InnCrn Waterloo Rd/Cornwall St, Lower Hutt04 560 2811functions@angusinn.co.nz150Function rooms, inhouse catering and beverage
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Belmont Memorial HallAcross from Kennedy-Good Bridge, Avalon04 560 0307150
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Expressions Arts and Entertainment Centre836 Fergusson Drive, Upper HuttLeanne Wickham04 527 2168director@expressions.org.nz220212YesNowww.expressions.org.nzYes
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Hapai ClubFergusson Dr, Upper HuttRachel Jury04 527 2113rachel.jury@uhcc.govt.nz150
Mon-Tue-Thu pre 6pm. Some Wednesdays.
Hall, stage, meeting room, kitchen
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HV Marist RFCMyrtle Street, Lower HuttDavid Rose04 939 9245emily580@icloud.com200Sports clubrooms
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Little Theatre
Library Building, 2 Queens Drive, Lower Hutt
Shannon Boyd04 560 1472shannyn.boyd@huttcity.govt.nz306306
Lighting yes, sound no
No
http://dowse.org.nz/about/venues/the-little-theatre
Yes
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Moera Community Hall107 Randwick Crescent04 560 0307contact@huttcity.govt.nz150
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Naenae Community HallCnr Treadwell St/Everest Ave04 560 0307teamnaenae@gmail.com500
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Notre Dame des Missions Performing Arts Centre
Sacred Heart College, 65 Laings Rd, Lower Hutt
Jack Boyleboylej@sacredheartcollege.school.nz650
Theatre, offers a grand piano, wheelchair access, full sound and lighting capacity, projectors and screens
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Pelorus Trust Sports HouseNicki Sugdne04 560 0315189
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Petone Rugby Club
North Park, via Udy St and Bouverie St, Petone
Brian Simmons04 568 6270club@petonerugby.com400Sports clubrooms, dance floor, bar, bbq
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Riverstone Rec HallFergusson Dr, Upper Hutt04 527 2168info@expressions.org.nz
800 seated, 500 at tables
Hall, bar and catering facilities
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Silverstream RetreatReynolds Bach Drive, Silverstream04 562 9080functions@staywithus.co.nz300www.staywithus.co.nzFunction rooms, onsite catering team
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Stokes Valley HallBower Street04 560 0307contact@huttcity.govt.nz400
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Stop Out Sports Centresecretary@stopout.org.nz250Sports clubrooms
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Taita Community HallTaine Street04 560 0307contact@huttcity.govt.nz400
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Treadwell St HallTreadwell St04 560 0307contact@huttcity.govt.nz250
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Wainuiomata War Memorial HallQueens Street04 560 0307contact@huttcity.govt.nz300
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Woburn Bowling Club17 Massey Ave, Lower HuttLinda04 970 6495linda@workbridge.co.nz240Hall, bar facilites, kitchen, no wheelchair access
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KAPITI VENUES
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St Peter's Village HallBeach Road Paekakarikigwyn.rw@gmail.com
village hall with kitchen, fixed raised stage at one end. Book via website.
100 approxhttp://stpetershall.paekakariki.org/
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Southward Car Museum TheatreOtaihanga Road, ParaparaumuAmber Ferguson(04) 297 1221Modern theatre, well equipped 474
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Bridge Lodge Main Hall3 Otaki Gorge Road, Otaki(06) 364 6667250
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Paekakariki Memorial Hall98 The Parade, Paekakariki(04) 296 4700150
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Paraparaumu Memorial HallCnr Aorangi & Tutanekai St, Paraparaumu(04) 296 4700150
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Waikanae Beach HallRuaparaha St, Waikanae(04) 296 4700smaller hall with kitchen80
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Raumati South Memorial HallTennis Court Road, Raumati South(04) 296 4700Multi-purpose hall with good parking100
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Reikorangi HallAkatarawa Road, Reikorangi(04) 296 4700Small hall with kitchen50
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Otaki Memorial HallMain St, Otaki(04) 296 4700Versitle large hall with stage and kitchen150
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