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A low key, glowing avenue of art in a St Peters laneway.


Last year’s night garden at the back of St Peters’ Tortuga Studios was one of the surprise finds of the 2011 Fringe. Returning after last year’s inaugural luminescent growth, In the Night Garden will make this back lane (roughly, between Penguin Plays Rough and Mays Lane) into a low-key, glowing avenue of art. You can also wander down an iridescent May’s Lane to check out the Off the Wall light projections near St Peter’s station for most of the festival, curated by nearby I Heart Gallery.

For the rest of our Fringe picks, check out our guide to The Ten Best Things to See and Do at Sydney Fringe 2012.

Published on September 10 , 2012 by

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