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Image: Lin Lytton, Ireland

A TWO-DAY EDGEFEST
Weekend: 16th & 17th March 2024

An Experience of Cultural & Artistic Freedom,
Bespoke Oddness and Bazaar Events

(Featuring RIVERS IN THE SKIN and GOTH AS THE GRAVE FILM)

ENTRY
One day pass = $40
Two day pass = $70
Choildren under 7 free

EXTRA CHARGES
Each presenter charges their own participation fee, bookings essential!

DAY 1 (Saturday 16th March)

10 to 6 pm—Goth as the Grave (bookings essential)
Tim Burton-esque theme: Film, Soundtrack, Lighting. All day shoot.
11:30 to 3—Rivers in the Skin (bookings essential, limit 20 people)
Experiencing the Decimation of the Indigenous Britons
3:30 to 5 pm—7 Cultures—Hatred and Misappropriation: the Rising Up
5:30 to 6:30—Beastie: Singing the Dark Night of the Soul

DAY 2 (Sunday 17th March)

10 to 6 pm— Goth as the Grave. All day soundtrack, colour or b+w, edit, addition of creds
10:30 to 11:30— Mudmatch (with only one rule)
12:30 to 2 pm—Any Body Burlesque–Experience the Tease
2:30 to 4 pm—Death, Dying and Disposal–What Works and What Doesn’t
4:30 to 6 pm—Children of the Revolution (Reclaiming the 60s)
6:30 to close—Presentation of Goth as the Grave Film Festival of Shorts

BOTH DAYS—SIDESHOW ALLEY

Free Workshops

Despair and Release—the Sigh and Body Language Liberation Experience
Wild Choir: How to Sing When You Think You Can’t
Anatomy for Artists

PLUS

Oracle Readings
Henna Tattoos
Dreadlock and Hair Ornamenting
Heavy Metal Torching—artisans at work
Massage
White Elephant Trash and Treasure oddities

FOR KIDS

Day of the Dead (dress-up and performance)
Face Painting your skeleton
Drawing Monsters
Rock Art (for the next thousand years) Creation and Burial

DISCLAIMER

Please be aware that he entire two day event will be filmed. All people passing through the gates will be required to sign a disclaimer, agreeing. A black armband must be worn, obvious to camera operators, if you need to hide.

DEDICATION

The Winter-is-Coming team acknowledge the custodianship of the First Nation people of lutruwita on whose traditional country we dwell, and pay our respects to elders past and present. Always was, always will be...