THE UNTITLED SAM MULLINS PROJECT
Two shows only - Friday, December 18 & Saturday, December 19 at 8 pm at the Tom Hendry Warehouse
The 2015 CANADIAN COMEDY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST ONE-PERSON SHOW is back in Winnipeg to help you kick-start your holiday season!
Sam Mullins takes the ordinary and turns it into something special. The Untitled Sam Mullins Project shares four universal truths about embarrassment, love, panic and the fleeting nature of life. This spellbinding show will devastate you, make you laugh and, ultimately, make you feel better about yourself.
"Mullins could very well prove to be the Stuart McLean of the millennial generation." - Toronto Star
2015 Best of Fest Calgary & Ottawa Fringes | 2014 Best of Fest Edmonton Fringe
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Buy your tickets before December 1 and take advantage of the early bird price of $15. After Dec. 1, tickets are $18. Assigned seating for all performances.
3 WAYS TO BUY:
VISIT the Royal MTC Box Office, 174 Market Ave.
ONLINE (a $5 fee is added to web orders)
2016 INDOOR AND KIDS VENUE APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
We're accepting applications for our 2016 festival - enter the lottery for your chance to perform next summer!
CLICK FOR APPLICATION
LOOKING FOR STOCKING STUFFERS?
Fringe merchandise makes the perfect gift!
Call us at 94-FRINGE (943-7464) to order Fringe ball caps ($15), stainless steel water bottles ($10), thermal mugs ($10) and tote bags ($5).
WE'RE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS
Please consider making a donation to Winnipeg's largest performing arts festival. We rely on the tremendous support of our community to ensure that the festival keeps running smoothly while we return 100% of the box office to our talented performing companies.
FRINGE FESTIVAL CLOSES WITH ANOTHER RECORD YEAR
Ticketed attendance, box office revenue up from 2014
The Winnipeg Fringe continues its winning streak, as a record number of performing companies, shows, sellouts and ticket sales contributed to the biggest Fringe Festival yet.
Indoor attendance for the 2015 festival totaled 108,721 compared to 104,884 in 2014. Approximately 80,000 people took in the free live music and entertainment at Old Market Square. Kids Venue also set a new attendance record of 4,640, which was a 22 per cent increase from the 3,804 children and families who attended in 2014.
The Manitoba Association of Playwrights (MAP) presented the Harry S. Rintoul Award for best new Manitoban play to Sydney Hayduk and Justin Otto for their work The Manic Pixie Dream Girl.
Thanks to all for a wonderful festival!
BROWSE THE 2015 FRINGE PROGRAM
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