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: vancouverfringe.com

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Peter vs Chris: Who’s funnier, Peter or Chris? Three time Canadian Comedy Award winning duo Peter n’ Chris are butting heads! Only this time, it’s the LAST time!

★★★★★ “A brilliant performance you won’t want to see end.” —Now Toronto

Friday, September 23 at 8:45pm 
and Saturday, September 24 at 5:00pm

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The New Conformity: Told through tightly choreographed prop manipulation, martial arts, and physical theatre, The New Conformity shines a light on the comfort of conformity versus the freedom of individuality.

★★★★ “This team of jugglers bring their A game from start to finish.” —Edmonton Sun

Sunday, September 25 at 5:45pm

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God is a Scottish Drag Queen IV: Vancouver’s favourite deity returns with an all new show! God, dressed in a floral power suit is back to skewer everything from politics to the platypus in an unforgettable new hour of comedy!

★★★★★ “It is hard not to be struck by how long and loud, not to mention frequent, the laughs are at one of Mike Delamont’s performances of God is a Scottish Drag Queen.” —Winnipeg Free Press

Sunday, September 25 at 7:30pm

All Pick Plus shows will be presented at Performance Works, located at 1218 Cartwright Street on Granville Island. Tickets are $25 each and are available at vancouverfringe.com.

Partial proceeds from Pick and Pick Plus shows go to support the Vancouver Fringe Festival and tickets are on sale now!

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