Fringe For Free: Head First, Sunday July 5 at 4pm

contest-web-graphic I don’t know if you’ve had the opportunity to see aerial dance, or what I used to call “ribbon dancing” because it looked like the dancers were holding onto huge ribbons to facilitate their movements through the air, but it is a sight to behold.

And, here is your opportunity to check it out for free…

Two tickets to the Sunday July 5th performance, at 4pm of Head First at Theatre Passe Muraille.

To enter the contest, just leave a comment*  by 1pm on Sunday July 5.

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Fringe For Free: BAGS: Obsessions of a Hoardaholic – Sunday at noon

contest-web-graphic In this world of decluttering books cluttering the landscape, maybe this show will have a few lessons.

We’re giving away a pair of tickets to BAGS for the 12pm show on Sunday July 5 playing at Glen Morris Theatre.

To enter the draw, all you need to do is leave a comment* sometime before 10am tomorrow (Sunday) to be entered for tickets to tomorrow’s show. 

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Toronto Fringe Review: Charles Manson and Timothy Leary at Folsom Prison – Tarragon

By Dana Lacey

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Picture two beds, split into separate cells by masking tape and imagination. In one, Timothy Leary, the self-proclaimed philosopher and LSD messiah, is spending his first day in jail. In the other: Charles Manson, the notorious jailbird that conspired several LSD-inspired murders. They talk, they laugh, they scream obscenities. This is (based on a) true story. Continue reading Toronto Fringe Review: Charles Manson and Timothy Leary at Folsom Prison – Tarragon