Arts Court Theatre
The 22nd Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 13–24, 2018.
Jennifer Cavanagh: “This show fully delivers an excellent evening that will leave you wiping tears of laughter.”
Kate Carmanico: “Interstellar Elder is a Fringe masterpiece.”
Kate Carmanico: “I went in with high hopes for the Melbourne performer, and Josh Glanc absolutely delivered.
Kate Carmanico: “I feel like I’ve seen this show before.”
Helen Lam: “MAL is a clown show for adults. So MAL won’t be to everyone’s taste, but there’s enough energy to carry the audience for the full hour.”
Brenda Dunn: “Jeffrey Davis was certainly the standout stand-up of the evening.”
Colin Noden: “The result is hilarious and makes the term sophomoric a compliment.”
Helen Lam: “The concept is promising.”
Down in Ottawa, we like to refer to this time of the year as six-one-three season, or “61threeson.” You know what I’m talking about: it’s the time of year just after the tulips close, and summer hasn’t quite happened, but it’s warm and the city has awoken to a deluge of events, events, events.
The 22nd Ottawa Fringe Festival runs from June 13–24, 2018 at multiple downtown venues including Arts Court Theatre, ODD Box, La Nouvelle Scène Gilles Desjardins and the University of Ottawa.
Admission is free and at 6:30pm the EU embassies serve complimentary food and drink samples.
Highlights: Cadence Weapon, Ottawa Theatre Challenge, and carried away on the crest of a wave lead show picks for second half of March
After combing through the events calendar, Apt613 has come up with a list of exciting shows coming up in March.
The fourth annual Irish Film Festival Ottawa is on its way with some promising performances and a number of outstanding films from this year’s Irish film directors, actors, screenwriters and animation houses.
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