Throughout the 12 days of the Fringe Collective, join us on Facebook for live streamed patio events. Wear your Fringe t-shirts, merch, and Tip the Fringe pins and raise a glass to 2020!
Check out the FAQ page for questions about how to view the live streams. Links will be posted here closer to the festival dates.
Tuesday, June 30 (8:30pm-9:00pm)
Raise your Steam Whistle (or bevvy of choice) and cheers to the Collective! Join Executive Director Lucy Eveleigh, Board Chair Jason Murray, and special guests Sandy Daley (Whose Vagina Is It, Anyway?, Act 1 and Act 3), Andrew Seok (Birth of a Song, Act 1), and Aliya Kanani (On the Funny Side Act 2, Four Letter Word Act 3, Dear Ally Act 4) to kick off the 12 best days of July and get a sneak peek of what’s on offer from Fringe Collective artists.
Saturday, July 4 (8:30pm)
Test your smarts with some Fringe Trivia hosted by ED Lucy Eveleigh and comedian and Fringe family member Faisal Butt, then dance with us like no one is watching with Isolation Disco. It’s like Silent Disco, but at home in your comfiest pants.
Want to join the live stream as a trivia contestant? Sign up here by July 3 for a chance to shine!
Stories from the Fringe
Tuesday, July 7 (8:30pm)
We are giving a platform and a metaphorical megaphone to the BIPOC artists who want to share their stories, both difficult and uplifting, of Fringing in Toronto and beyond. The event will be facilitated by Tanisha Taitt, and supported by the Jon Kaplan Legacy Fund.
So You Think You Can Fringe?
Friday, July 10 (8:30pm)
Fringe friends from across the decades compete to see who Fringes the smartest, hardest, and best! Hosted by the Fringe's favourite sisters, Morro and Jasp, and voted on by you.
Storytime with the Fringe
Saturday, July 11 (3:30pm-4:30pm)
Update as of July 11 - this event will now start at 3:30pm.
A special KidsFest event! Fringe staff members read their favourite kids’ stories for our littlest Fringers. Watch the recorded Facebook live stream at the link below, or scroll down to see the full video with sound and closed captions.
Sunday, July 12 (3:00pm)
The artists of the 2021 Toronto Fringe Festival give us something to look forward to! Jump into the chaos with us and watch as they give rapid-fire pitches to long-time Fringe friend and donor Neville Austin and guests.