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06/29/2016 The Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival Downtown $10 - $19

150 plays in over 30 venues for ten days. The Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival is one of the premiere festivals of the summer. We play host to National and International artists. The festival is selected through a lottery process, so every voice has a chance to be heard. This year we have established theatre artists such as: Sky Gilbert, Christine Horne, Aaron Willis and Shari Hollett; as well as Fringe Favourites: Peter and Chris, Kat Sandler, and Rebecca Perry. You can chose from seeing a show in a rock-climbing gym to a record store to one of our patnering theatres. We have something for everyone: musicals, drama, comedy, dance, a show with a real medium. We also have something special for the young ones at our FringeKids venue.

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