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London Fringe Festival


  • Dramatic
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  • Camaraderie
  • Comedic
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  • And so much more... 


  • Dreary
  • Conventional
  • High-priced
  • Ho-Hum
  • Humdrum
  • Late

Fringe Basics: 

Fringe is easy if you keep a few things in mind: 

1) All shows will start on time

2) We don't let anyone in after the doors have closed

3) We can only accept cash at the door. All of the ticket prices shown include all fees and service charges. For a range of ticket options, see our ticket page.

Other Helpful Tips: 

There is more to do at the Fringe! Check out information about special events like VisualFringe, the Performer Showcase, and much more. All Extracurricular Activities can be found here.

Did You Know? 

All participants in the London Fringe are drawn by a lottery. Yes, that is truly how the line-up is decided each year. The artists also keep 100% of their set ticket price (less service charges). When you buy a ticket to the performance, you are directly supporting artists and creativity! 


Downtown London & Old East Village


Performer Showcase


Due to the overwhelming popularity of the Performer Showcase, we need to move to a ticketed event. Seating is LIMITED! 

Doors open at 7:00 pm for those with Advance Tickets, $8.00 ea (incl. s/c)

Doors open at 7:15 pm for regular seating. 

Fringe performers will have 2 minutes each to pitch their shows. This could be an excerpt or some other enticement to lure you into their show. There are ticket giveaways, draw prizes, and Downtown Dollar draws. You must be at the Performer Showcase to win. 


Low Five Dance

Doublespeak is a double feature dance performance presenting highly athletic and physically challenging works. First, dancers explore the meaning of being unique in today’s society. Followed by a strong all female cast that challenges the idea that men and women should be opposites, finding value and force in their femininity.

Fool Muun Komming!

Slippery People

A traveler from beyond the stars is coming to prepare you.  For what? For the giant asteroid hurtling toward Earth, of course! Carl Sagan meets Andy Kaufman meets Marcel Marceau on acid in, Fool Muun Komming!, a kaleidoscopic love letter to science fiction, the imagination, and weirdos everywhere. 

Irena Sendler: Rescuing the Rescuer

Windsor Road Productions

Polish Catholic social worker Irena Sendler defies Nazi rule to save 2,500 Jewish children during WWII. Her true story remains lost until three Protestant high school students from rural Kansas find an old clipping, launching them on a journey to discover how one person can change the course of history.

James & Jamesy in the Dark

James & Jamesy

BRITISH 16-Time BEST-OF-FEST and CANADIAN COMEDY AWARD winners James & Jamesy (2 for Tea / High Tea) tackle ‘Who am I?’ philosophy with British wit and uproarious physicality.

★★★★★ "Hilarious theatre with fearless players." -London Free Press
★★★★★ "Maestros at making theatre magic." -CBC
★★★★★ “A wonder to behold.” -Theatre in London

Local Man Ruins Everything

James MartEntz

A man walks into a bar. The man says to the bartender, "I need a drink." Local Man Ruins Everything centers around one pivotal night in a bar, when a man chooses the path to the rest of his life. A story about reflection, soul searching, introspection, and synonyms.

I Sound Like Mom

Squirrels at War

The age old story of resistance, denial, rebellion and struggle as one woman turns into the only person she never wanted to be. Join Meghan on this personal, heartbreaking and hilarious journey of becoming the strongest woman she knows: her mother.

Jon Bennett: My Dad's Deaths

2hoots Productions

From the creator of the internationally acclaimed Pretending Things Are a Cock comes the story of the strange relationship between a comedian and his extremely conservative father; a man who has died… more than once.

★★★★★ - The Sunday Mail (AUS)
Best Solo Show (Orlando Fringe)

Szeretlek: A Hungarian Love Story

The Grand Salto Theatre

Based on a true story. The award winning Grand Salto Theatre brings to life a unique courtship in post WW2 Hungary with mask, movement and song.

Praise for The Grand Salto Theatre:
★★★★☆ and "Critics Pick" Saskatoon StarPheonix
“Stroke of genius,Spur of the moment glee” - Hoopla