Your Daily Castlemaine Fringe 2009 Underground

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The webmaster is swamped mith music commitments! Hence he has not been able to update the daily calendar as yet. Please see the programme for details! BUT he has been taking lots of photos and will have a beautiful gallery up in the next couple of days.

Jinari Lee Mountain has had to withdraw her exhibition from the doveton corner store.

Pregnant ladies in particular are desired for body painting during Castlemaine Idyll. Watch this space for more details or ask Ben

Blenders have a swag of gigs - at the Curves 'Decorate-A-Bra' competition launch [tues evening], at the doveton corner store [sun 29th march, 12:45pm] and of course at the April Fools Fringe Festacular

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Friday 27th March

weather: sunny and 22

Phanstasmagoria, The U.M den of Dr. Hyde, Overdrawn exhibition launch at CASPA 6pm. With music by Kes. Free entry! Coinciding with the launch of the Casbar.

Battle of the Planets, pt 1: Attack of the Space Terrapin. Five Flags Hotel, 7:30pm - late. $7/$5. A big night of rock for a big festival. Featuring local acts Earworm, MoonRockit, the Beat Disease and Smurfinger, plus city mice Crazy Craw

Digital Underground Film Festival. Theatre Royal Brickyard Cinema, from dusk. Enter from Mostyn St laneway. Free entry! A programme of selected film festival entrants, present and past

The following exhibitions will open today:
artspace - ben laycock open studio - castlemaine secondary steiner poetry trail - curves 'decorate-a-bra' competition - found - leslie thornton and jim rowe - overdrawn - phantasmagoria - castlemaine artist coop - the u.m den of dr hyde - the willow pattern revisited - tonksculpture prize, senior section

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Saturday 28th March

forecast: sunny and 26

The Folk of the Fringe. Saff's cafe. 12:30pm - 5pm. $7/$5. acoustic music. Mick Ahearne, Mildcats, Angus Read-Hill, Tommy B and Dan Nixon.

Breakout Youth Programme. Old Castlemaine Gaol. $5. Youth workshops, demonstrations and the frEEza Mask Productions singer/songrwiter competition at 2pm.

A Fringe Theatre Space. Anglican Church Hall. 7pm - 9pm. $15/$10. Bathing in the Dark present A Rose by Any Other. Createability presents Blue House. Also Atypical Troupe, Jim Coad, Moondogs. Plus an exhibition of visual art.

the Fez. it's where it's at! Senior Citizens Hall. 8pm - late. $10. Cabaret with kitchen and bar. Tonight: Paddy Toasty: Kung Fu Tennis and Rose Turtle-Ertler plus special guests and dj Devil Girl.

Digital Underground Film Festival. Theatre Royal Brickyard Cinema, from dusk. Enter from Mostyn St laneway. Free entry! A programme of selected film festival entrants, present and past

The following exhibitions will open today:
antares iron art park - artspace - ben laycock open studio - castlemaine secondary steiner poetry trail - curves 'decorate-a-bra' competition - found - leslie thornton and jim rowe - quinkins... at the bottom of the garden - phantasmagoria - castlemaine artist coop - the u.m den of dr hyde - the willow pattern revisited - tonksculpture prize, senior section - tonksculpture prize, junior section

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Sunday 29th March

weather: sunny and 30

End of the Line for Duncan Graham and his Co-accused. Castlemaine Goldfield Railway. $20/$18/$10 family $45 under 4 free. Take the steam train packed with performers out to Muckleford then catch Duncan Graham and his Co-accused playing tracks from their new album

The Folk of the Fringe. Doveton Corner Store. 12:45pm - 5pm. $7/$5. acoustic and folk music. The Blenders, June Parsons and Charles Affleck, Acoustic in the Corner, Brothers in Arms, Calcutta Cuties [india], the Heel Toe Express.

Breakout Youth Programme. Old Castlemaine Gaol. $5. Youth workshops, demonstrations and the frEEza Mask Productions singer/songrwiter competition at 2pm.

A Fringe Theatre Space. Anglican Church Hall. 7pm - 9pm. $15/$10. Bathing in the Dark present A Rose by Any Other. Createability presents Blue House. Also Atypical Troupe, Jim Coad, Moondogs. Plus an exhibition of visual art.

The Folk of the Fringe. Bridge Hotel. 8pm - 11pm. $7/$5. acoustic and world music. Bolonbato [african drumming], Chris Jephcott CD launch, Kestral

Digital Underground Film Festival. Theatre Royal Brickyard Cinema, from dusk. Enter from Mostyn St laneway. Free entry! A programme of selected film festival entrants, present and past

The following exhibitions will open today:
antares iron art park - artspace - ben laycock open studio - castlemaine secondary steiner poetry trail - found - leslie thornton and jim rowe - quinkins... at the bottom of the garden - phantasmagoria - castlemaine artist coop - the u.m den of dr hyde - the willow pattern revisited - tonksculpture prize, senior section - tonksculpture prize, junior section

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Monday 30th March

weather: sunny and 27

Keep out of the park at night. Botanical Garden Highland Pipe Hall. 6:45pm - 7:45pm. free! avant-garde improvisation. Xania [electric harp], Alana Degan [flute], Simon Howard [electric cello and percussion], Scott Sanders [electric guitar], Langley, Bob Daniels [percussion]

The Folk of the Fringe. Bridge Hotel. 8pm - 11pm. $7/$5. acoustic and folk music. Saul Roache, Charlie Steel, S.E.G.U.E, Roostar.

New Noise, Tonksculpture Junior Prize, Future Sailors - exhibition launch. Old Castlemaine Gaol. free! Scultpture and visual art, plus presentation of the Tonksculpture Junior Prizes.

Digital Underground Film Festival. Theatre Royal Brickyard Cinema, from dusk. Enter from Mostyn St laneway. Free entry! A programme of selected film festival entrants, present and past

The following exhibitions will open today:
antares iron art park - artspace - ben laycock open studio - castlemaine secondary steiner poetry trail - found - leslie thornton and jim rowe - quinkins... at the bottom of the garden - phantasmagoria - castlemaine artist coop - the u.m den of dr hyde - the willow pattern revisited - tonksculpture prize, senior section - tonksculpture prize, junior section

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Tuesday 31st March

weather: sunny and 28

Keep out of the park at night. Botanical Garden Highland Pipe Hall. 6:45pm - 7:45pm. free! avant-garde improvisation. Tom Foster [electric bass], Scott Sanders [electric guitar], Justin Bull [electric guitar], Mathew Underwood [electric guitar]

Digital Underground Film Festival GALA. Theatre Royal. 7:30 - late. $5. A programme of selected film festival entrants plus presentation of the prizes, PLUS DJ/VJ combo

The following exhibitions will open today:
antares iron art park - artspace - ben laycock open studio - castlemaine secondary steiner poetry trail - curves - found - leslie thornton and jim rowe - overdrawn - phantasmagoria - castlemaine artist coop - the u.m den of dr hyde - the willow pattern revisited - tonksculpture prize, senior section - tonksculpture prize, junior section

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