Fringe Arts

  • Fringe Fest’s Sassiest Show

    Calling All Messy Bitches

    Wake up, you’re hungover. You can’t find your wallet. Where are your keys? What happened to your Tinder date last night? Oh god, you haven’t spoken to your parents in over a week. Now you’re late for work.

  • Caravonica is a One Clown Show

    Quit Clownin’ Around!

    Caravonica follows the story of Jan Dutler’s clown persona as he travels around, expressing his passions, ideas, and his naïveté.

  • The Link’s 2016 Guide to Music Festivals

    A Summer of Fun, Starting Right Here in Montreal

    The only assurance I can give you myself is the following: you won’t regret choosing any of them.

  • Atomic City Glows at Montreal Fringe Festival

    Charming Play Handles Serious Matter With a Deft and Humorous Touch

    While the beats of the story become clear by the end, you’re never certain how reliable any of what you’ve seen is. You’re not supposed to know the truth, really.

  • The 2016 St-Ambroise Fringe Festival Kicks Off

    Festival Programme Launches with 800+ Performances

    On May 10, the festival launched its programme guide at MainLine Gallery, setting the stage for a sweet summer of unique performances starting May 30, and running until June 19.

  • Spring Soft Market: An Ephemeral Mecca of Cute

    Craft Market Takes Soft Approach to Hard Topics

    Fans and artists of soft, cute aesthetics gathered on Saturday May 7 at the second edition of the Soft Market. Co-organized by Starchild Stela and Lovestruck Prints, local artists, the crafts fair brought together over forty artists connecting on cute, fun art and shared values of inclusion and openness.

  • Dawson Theatre Collective’s New Play Explores Climate Change and More

    The Only Thing this Play is Flingin’ is the Cold Truth

    Set in 2035, HomoSimian follows the life of a refugee colony that has taken up shelter on Mount Royal. While the comfort of the mountain is questionable, the group is forced to cope with damage done to the land cause by climate change.

  • Montreal Web Series to Debut

    New Show Shooting the Moon Captures the Weird Side of Montreal

    As if your Summer watch-list wasn’t long enough, here’s one more to add to the much-watch pile. The good news: it’s coming out tomorrow. The bad news: it’s only an hour long, and will leave you wanting more.

  • A Feminist Universe: Celebrating 20 Years

    Studio XX Celebrates Twentieth Anniversary with Panel Discussion and Party

    Studio XX, a Montreal-based digital media art centre, provides a welcoming and safe space for artists to flourish under a feminist roof.

  • Bird Problems Takes Off to Higher Skies

    Montreal-Based Band Prepares for Local Battle of the Bands

    Local band, Bird Problems, gears up to take on Emergenza’s Battle of the Bands.