25th Street Theatre

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Fringe Festival

Celebrate everything weird and wonderful about the arts at this 10-day community festival in the heart of the Broadway District of Saskatoon!

For over 30 years, the Saskatoon Fringe has been a culture landmark of Saskatoon supporting the creation of new work and artists who seek to work outside the traditional Canadian regional theatre model. As a member of the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals (CAFF), the Saskatoon Fringe is a part of an international network of Fringe Festivals which provides a platform for artists from around the world to travel across the country sharing their stories.

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Photography credit Nicole Stevenson

Volunteer with us

Want to support us with your time? Learn how you can volunteer to help with the Fringe festival and other ways to support artists. 

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Get the latest merch

See limited edition Saskatoon Fringe merch and more. 

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Donate

Our 2024 goal is to raise $25,000 for 25th Street Theatre! By giving to this campaign, you directly support our 24/25 programming. Together, we are the future of theatre.

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Our productions

See what’s on stage, what’s coming up and past productions to get a taste of our shows.

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Fringe 50/50

Winner receives 50% of total sales, up to a max prize of $50,000!

Ticket sales are online only, sales end August 30th at 11:59 PM.
Draw at the 25th Street Theatre office (220 20th Street W)
The winner will be contacted to claim their prize.

Total tickets available for sale: 100,000
SLGA license number: # RR24-0113
Licensee: 25th Street Theatre Centre Inc.

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Get Involved – Beyond The Fringe

Are you a playwright or director with a show to pitch?
Or maybe you’re an artist, theatre worker, or community member with another idea that you’d like to see us explore in our future programming!

25th Street Theatre would like to invite ideas and proposals on what you might like to see us tackle next, and how we could bring more value to the community at large.

Proudly supported by

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Canadian Heritage
Community Services Recovery Fund
The David Edney Fund for Theatre
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Canada Council for the arts
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