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Launching the 2022 Toronto Fringe Festival!

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Toronto Fringe has released the lineup and schedule for the 34th annual Toronto Fringe Festival.

The Festival will be live and in-person this year, with approximately 100 shows of numerous genres, including dance, drama, comedy, musicals, and solo shows. This year’s Festival runs July 6-17.

Toronto Fringe will also host free events and community activities at the popular POSTSCRIPT Patio at the Tranzac Club, including the Opening Day Parade on July 6, the Fringe Artist Cabaret on July 8, Youth Night on July 10, plus Kaeja d’Dance activations, buskers, comedy night, community BBQs and more.

Single-show tickets are $14, and multi-show passes are available on the Toronto Fringe website.

For the full 2022 Toronto Fringe lineup, visit Toronto Fringe’s site, or follow along with the fun this summer on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Aisling Murphy
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Aisling Murphy

Aisling is Intermission's senior editor and an award-winning arts journalist with bylines including the Toronto Star, NEXT Magazine, CTV News Toronto, and Maclean's. She likes British playwright Sarah Kane, most songs by Taylor Swift, and her cats, Fig and June.

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