Announcing the 2016 Public Market Pick of the Fringe

September 21-25, 2016 
$25 in advance or at the door 
At Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright Street on Granville Island 
Tickets and Info:

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“A charmer. Full of warmth and humour ... these are evocative tales and songs with wonderful lyrics.” —Monika Forberger, Entertainment Vancouver

Saturday, September 24 at 6:50pm


Carry On: A Musical 
Set in the YVR baggage claim, Carry On: A Musical examines the convergent lives of weary wanderers and the baggage they bring with them.

“The production bristles with energy ... If you like musical comedies with a range of character insights, situation insights, and a cheerful ending, you’ll like this.” —Plank Magazine

Saturday, September 24 at 9:00pm

Don’t Forget the Pick Plus: September 22-25

The Fringe is also hosting the Pick Plus, Fringe hits that are so good we brought them back from Fringe’s past or from other Fringe Fests! Tickets are $25. for details.

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One Woman Sex and the City: A Parody of Love, Friendships and Shoes: All our favourite characters come to life as they brunch, banter, argue, and swoon over men and Manolos. From “Fringe god” TJ Dawe (MarathonBurn Job) and Kerry Ipema (PostSecret: the Show), this tribute takes audiences through a laughter-infused version of each season of the beloved show.

★★★★ “Sharp satire and sassy asides in this breakneck riff through all six seasons.” —CBC

Thursday, September 22 at 6:45pm 
and Friday, September 23 at 6:45pm

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