London Fringe Festival

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The 16th Annual London Fringe Festival opened this past Wednesday, June 3 and will run until Saturday, June 13.  This event is the perfect opportunity to expose your family to art and theatre, as well as to get out and have some fun with your friends!

WHAT IS LONDON FRINGE?

London Fringe is a theatre festival whose mission it is to promote independent artists. There are 45 theatre companies performing over the course of the festival in 350 shows. The festival takes place in nine different venues across London. There are also 35 visual artists displaying their work. The artists get to keep 100% of their ticket price and sale revenues.

THE SHOWS

Drama, romance, comedy, family shows, dancing, magic, puppets: be inspired, be offended, be moved – there is something for everyone! For the full list of shows, when they are happening, and where, see HERE.

VISUAL FRINGE

The shows are just half of the fun with fringe. There are also photographers, painters, sculptures, and some truly beautiful artwork to view and purchase. For the artists and their location see HERE.

FRINGE BUTTON

The Fringe buttons show your support for the festival, both literally and figuratively. Since the artists get to keep their revenues, the funds from button sales support the operational costs of putting on the festival. Wear your button with pride!

 

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Jill

Jill has lived in London for her entire life, other than a brief hiatus for school. She has three children and is trying very hard to get them excited about her passions: yoga, Harry Potter, food, and books. If you have something you think LondonMoms would be interested in, you can contact her at jill@londonmoms.ca

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