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In this newsletter:

  • TO Fringe Launch
  • The ConFRINGEncy Fund
  • In the Community

Toronto Fringe Official Launch

With the Festival quickly approaching (July 6-17th!) we are excited to share with you the official launch date of our website on June 22, 2022. This will include all show listings, tips on how to fringe, and importantly: ticket sales! 

For those Fringers who prefer to plan with pen and paper, we will also be sharing the locations where you can find a hard-copy version of the Program Guide on that date.

The ConFRINGEncy Fund

Thank you to everyone who responded so generously to our first call to support the ConFRINGEncy Fund. The Fund helps us provide resources for artists when they’re met with unforeseen challenges. We are still accepting donations if you like to contribute. Any donation will help. If you would like to know more about Stewardship at The Toronto Fringe, check out our helpful guide HERE. Make a donation HERE

In the Community

  • To celebrate National Indigenous History Month, imagineNATIVE curates a series of public programming annually. This year, June 2022, imagineNATIVE is thrilled to offer a variety of Indigenous-made films and media projects for all to enjoy as well as opportunities for Indigenous artists. For more information and the full schedule, click HERE.
  • Paprika Festival is currently looking for an early-career or aspiring Production Manager to join their team for the next season. Find all the details HERE
Stay tuned Fringers, we have a lot coming your way very soon!
TO Fringe

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