Ottawa Fringe Festival
Fringe Courtyard | 8PM You asked for Fringe Karaoke to make a comeback, so it is! Hosted by Ottawa legend China Doll, come by the Fringe Courtyard to belt out your fave tunes.
Fringe Courtyard | 7:30PM (un)told:is a monthly Ottawa event for sharing true stories, told in 5-7 minutes, with no notes, props, or set. We are pleased to partner with Ottawa Storytellers for this special Fringe Fest edition titled In the Spotlight: Best and Worst Moments On Stage. Come by to see your fave Fringe artists bare […]
Fringe Courtyard | 11AM Fringe is busy and can get stressful. Take a moment to inhale and exhale. Both artists and patrons are invited to join us for outdoor yoga in the Fringe Courtyard. All-levels welcome. Bring your water bottle, mat and good energy!
Fringe Courtyard | 9PM Afternoon delight, hanky panky, souring the kraut. Doin’ It. Join Lauren, Amanda and musical guest Alli in a late night talk show all about sex positivity. Think The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, but with one hot lesbian as The Roots, and two rad babes as Jimmy. Let’s talk about sex, […]
Kate Carmanico: “It’s absolutely worth seeing, if only for 40 minutes of beautiful playwriting and a story that deserves to be heard.”
Mer Weinhold: “This is a twisted, funny, unpredictable play.”
Helen Lam: “There is only one more showing for Ludwig(a) at Fringe, so don’t miss it.”
Livia Belcea: “The title of the show is provocative and there was a decent-sized crowd on opening night—but the show didn’t quite speak to me as I thought it would and fell short of my expectations.”
Amanda Dookie: “Darcy’s bold attempt at humility deserves recognition.”
Courtney Merchand: “It’s the all-female Ghost Busters spoof you didn’t realize you needed in your life, but trust me, you need this in your life.”
Jared Davidson: “Elie’s jokes swerve between the cartoonish and painfully true.”
David Currie: “The audience was captivated and engaged… The show works.”
Amanda Dookie: “An off-the-cuff performance that gives the audience a little bit of everything.”
David Currie: “An unrelenting and uproariously funny celebration of silliness.”
Laura Gauthier: “You’ll be on the edge of your seat for the whole show.”