Brenda Dunn: “If there is such a thing as a Fringe award for best tech, I’d like to put this show forward.”
In the midst of all this excitement, the Ottawa premieres of two shows could go under the radar.
Harea Band played Mercury Lounge on June 8 2017.
Julia Bueneman: “From beginning to end, this show was spectacular. Madeleine Hall has written a beautiful, eloquent and touching story.”
Day 3: Despite a packed schedule at 12 venues, not every show has opened yet. Which is remarkable. That’s just how many many productions are at the Fringe Festival. By today, 45 shows have opened and will run until June 18, at the latest. 12 more shows have yet to be seen, and six of […]
Nick Bachusky: “Do yourself a favour and buy tickets in advance for this performance. If opening night was any indication, every performance will be sold out and with very good reason.”
Brian Carroll: “The Inventor of All Things is headed for more sellouts. Get your tickets early.”
Julia Bueneman: “It’s funny, quirky and awkward while simultaneously being informative and comically insightful.”
If you’ve ever visited the ByWard Market, you’re probably no stranger to the Heart & Crown Irish Pub. Established by two Irish immigrants, Larry Bradley and Pat Kelly, the pub gets its subtle charm from a not-so-subtle commitment to its roots. From the “snug rooms” to the the floor tile, to the bars made of Irish wood, there’s a clear intent on preserving the spirit and culture for anyone who has been to or yet to visit Ireland.
Our show picks for Day 2 of the Ottawa Fringe Festival. Fringe runs until June 18 at a dozen venues. Tickets cost $12 and artists keep 100% of their ticket sales.