London Fringe Festival


When Life Gives You Apples

In(dash)Between Productions

Athazagoraphobia is the fear of forgetting, being forgotten or ignored... this touching comedy is a moving snapshot of how Alzheimer’s can affect one family.


Alastair Knowles

10,000 sq. feet of paper. One pen. Canadian Comedy Award Winner, Off-Broadway performer, and 22x Best-of-Fest Alastair Knowles (JAMES & JAMESY) is a living sketch, determined to find depth in a 2-dimensional world.

A Menagerie of Bones

Solla Sollew Productions

This is a true story about growing up in a dysfunctional family.  It's about resilience and courage and creativity, of course.  But more importantly, it's about a game. A game built from things other people threw away.  A game that saved my life.

(Sex) Cult: A Musical (S)explosion

(Sex) Cult

Unhappy with the relationships in their lives, Brandon and Lexi form a cult and devote themselves entirely to each other. What does that mean? They'll figure it out as they go.

Reunited Shorts

Fridge Door Live Theatre Company

6 unique award winning short plays about reunions, written by Len Cuthbert, that have entertained audiences in festivals in Canada, US, NYC, and the UK. Experience an outstanding cast perform in "Benched", "The Gift Exchange", "Table For Two Rendezvous", "Last Dance", "delilah.", and "You, Me. Me, You."


Not: A Bev Oda Memoir


In 2012, Member of Parliament Bev Oda billed taxpayers $16 for orange juice at a poverty summit. In the dystopian future, teenager Bev Oda is arrested for civil disobedience and launched backwards through time, hell-bent on sabotage. This local Dish Award winner returns, refurbished just in time for another election.

WORKSHOP: Waldoodle Art Monster with Walter Sayers

Walter Sayers

Learn the secrets to seeing, creating, and painting your very own Waldoodle Art Monster. Walter will show you step by step how to capture these mischievous creatures on canvas. May it’s been a while since you last picked up a pencil, or maybe you are afraid of making mistakes.

Danger Zone (PWYC)


No one really knows what is going to happen here.  However, we can tell you that the Danger Zone is for Fringe performers to do something, anything really, that they have always wanted or been afraid to do on stage.  The main rule is that it cannot be part of a show that they are doing or have done in the past.  Risk taker, extraordinaire Keith Brown will host/encourage/dare other performers to dive into the Danger Zone.


Pay What You Can for entry

WORKSHOP: Urban Dance O.N.E. Contemporary Co.

O.N.E. Contemporary Co.

This is a beginner/all levels urban dance class. It will include a fun warm up and an urban dance choreography that will be taught by our company directors. Come explore with us in what will be a fun, welcoming, and positive learning environment! All levels are welcome to come try urban dance.