There are a few shows at this year’s Fringe that are receiving quite a bit of buzz – so much that they’re selling out, and it’s only the start of the second week of the festival!
We at Mooney on Theatre want to give you a little heads-up on which shows you should plan ahead for.
For many shows advance tickets are still available. These cost $11 ($9+$2 service charge) and can be purchased online at www.fringetoronto.com, by phone at 416-966-1062, or in person at The Randolph Centre for the Arts.
If you can’t get a hold of advance tickets, fear not!
Fringe only sells 50% of available tickets in advance. The other half is always available at the door for each show (aside from Patron’s Pick performances where 100% of tickets can be sold in advance), so if you can’t get ’em before hand, make sure to line up early.
Below is a list of the shows that have been selling out both advance and/or day-of tickets for most (or even all!) of their runs so far.
Theatre to plan ahead for:
- Camp Schecky
- Dirty Butterfly
- Fake News Fangirl
- Little Tongues
- Of Mice and Morro and Jasp
- One in a Million
- pomme is french for apple
- Release the Stars: The Ballad of Randy and Evi Quaid
- Snug Harbor
- Taming of the Shrew
- That Boob Show
- The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
- The Other Three Sisters
- Tinfoil Dinosaur
- With Love and A Major Organ
- ZACK ADAMS: A Complete History of Zack Adams (Weeping Spoon Productions)
2 thoughts on “Fringe is Selling Fast!”
The Other Three Sisters just tweeted that *all* of their advanced tickets for the rest of the run are sold out. Get there early folks!
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