Sometimes it simply isn’t possible for the show(s) to go on

Sometimes it simply isn’t possible for the show(s) to go on. It is with a heavy heart that we announce the cancellation of the 39th Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival.  

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How to Fringe

There’s no one way to fringe. If you’re on the Festival grounds, you’re already fringing.

Subway stations, existential crises & how we create: meet Mac Brock

We sat down with Mac Brock with Vena Amoris Projects, our 2020 Westbury Family Fringe

Outdoor Performer & Busker Schedule

Check back often for the Daily Busker Schedule…

Daily Festival Updates

Important Updates to Festival Program Guide

Will the real Fringe ‘O’ Saurus Rex please stand up

Learn to spot the official Fringe ‘O’ Saurus Rex!

Dr. Midge Norton’s Guide for Tracking the Fringe ‘O’ Saurus Rex

Dr. Midge Norton, Fringe Theatre’s resident dino expert, provides step by step tips on how to track Fringe ‘O’ Saurus Rex in the wilds of Edmontonia.

The Field Notes of Dr. Midge Norton: A New Discovery

Fringe Theatre’s resident Dino Expert, Dr. Midge Norton, shares her field notes about a curious discovery of gargantuan proportions.

Introducing the 2018 Nordic & Cloutier Family Innovation Award Recipient

We sat down with Julie NIUBOI Ferguson, Fringe Theatre’s inaugural Nordic & Cloutier Family Innovation

2018/19 Fringe Theatre Season Lineup

From personal stories about recovery and rediscovery, to reimagining how traditional Indigenous storytelling intersects with theatre, to the high flying spectacle of circus performance, to live music with living legends and so much more, the 2018/19 Fringe Theatre season promises an exhilarating live experience unlike any other.

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