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One Night Stand with Captain Ruin @ Melbourne Fringe

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October 6, 2012
3:00 am

He has been dubbed Australia’s answer to Harry Houdini and now Captain Ruin is bring his first solo show to Melbourne. One Night Stand with Captain Ruin combines politics, prison and punch lines with stripteases and death defying stunts. Directed by Derke Ives, of Circus OZ and Candy Butches fame, this show has been described as an exciting circus “with a social conscience.” So if you need a bit of relief and you’re in to wit and tricks, this One Night Stand might be the perfect thing for you.

WHEN: From Saturday, 6-13 October (no show Monday 8th), 7.45pm (Sat, Tue-Sat) & 6.30pm (Sunday).
WHERE: Fringe Hub – The Ballroom, Lithuanian Club, 44 Errol St, North Melbourne
WEB: melbournefringe.com.au/fringe-festival/show/one-night-stand/


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