ALL SALES ARE FINAL, NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.
ALL PERFORMANCES START ON TIME. (The Fringe follows BellMTS cell phone time.)
NO LATECOMERS ADMITTED and NO RE-ADMISSION.
NO VIDEO, PHOTOGRAPHY, PHONE/TEXT/SOCIAL MEDIA USE DURING PERFORMANCES.
NO BABES IN ARMS (except at Kids Venue and for Kid Friendly-rated shows).
Navigate your way around the festival with the venue map and venue list.
14-show pass $123
7-show pass $63
These passes can be redeemed by one person for two performances or by two people for one performance. They offer a great way to see lots of shows at a discounted price.
Buy in person at the Royal MTC Box Office (click for hours). The Frequent Fringer pass is a punch-card pass, meaning you have to use it in person (it can't be redeemed online or over the phone).
Performing companies provide classifications/warnings to help patrons make informed decisions regarding suitability. For your convenience, these guidelines are included in show descriptions.
KID FRIENDLY Specifically aimed at children 12 and under
GENERAL Suitable for all ages
PARENTAL GUIDANCE Shows may include content unsuitable for some audiences
MATURE Recommended for adults
Symbol indicates venue is wheelchair accessible. To facilitate easy access, wheelchair patrons are asked to check in 30 minutes before showtime.
Number in symbol indicates venue capacity. Take note of the number - we don't want you to miss out on any great shows because you couldn't get a seat!
The Winnipeg Fringe Festival strives to make theatre accessible for everyone. We're working to improve the Fringe’s accessibility, and would love to hear from you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204 943 7464.
List of accessible shows
Wheelchair Accessible Venues
Winnipeg Fringe Festival venues are accessible by wheelchair EXCEPT for the following:
Venue #5 – Son of Warehouse
Venue #14 – King’s Head Pub
Venue #23 – One88
Venue #25 – Wee Johnny’s
Venue #27 – Dragon Arts Collective
Venue #28 – Forth