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Fringe Festival promises ‘Extra. Ordinary’ programme

2018-12-07 07:24     Comment:0

This year’s Macau City Fringe Festival taking place from January 11 to 27 will bring an “Extra. Ordinary” themed programme that should lead its audience to “break through the restrictions and framework to rediscover the exceptional in everyday life”, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), the event’s organiser, said in statement yesterday.

A press conference about the festival was held at the Old Courthouse, where the bureau announced 18 programmes and 10 outreach activities such as workshops, talks, an art critique and sharing sessions during the festival.

Some of the programmes include an underwater concert “Wet Sounds” by British artist Joel Cahen, who turns an ordinary swimming pool into a space for a music performance, and a projection mapped pop-up book “The Icebook” by British artists Davy & Kristin McGuire.


Local artists Lei Sam I (third from left), Jenny Mok (third form right) Jason Mok (second from right) and Joao Oliveira (right) interact with Macau City Fringe Festival’s coordinators during yesterday’s press conference at the Old Courthouse. Photo: Monica Leong

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