Welcome to Monday’s 2010 Victoria Fringe coverage

26 08 2010

Our Fringe flyer collection so far...

The temperatures are cooling, the breezes are a bit more blustery and the leaves—and show flyers—are starting to dot the ground; it must be time for the 2010 installation of the Victoria Fringe Festival. As usual, we here at Monday are going to do our darndest to provide you with the most comprehensive coverage we can. Our team of reviewers—myself, John Threlfall, Robert Moyes, Otiena Ellwand, Mike Vardy, E.G. Anderson, Chris Felling, Robyn Cadamia and Jay Morritt—will be reviewing all 65 (or 64, with the new program changes) shows on offer at the 24th annual Fringe, which is the biggest one yet. Plus, keep your eyes here on the Monday blog, where we’ll be posting quirky Fringe dispatches throughout the festival.

Speaking of program changes, there’s a couple worth noting here. A Trip to Coney Island with Uncle Zero Boy (Venue 4) has been cancelled. In its place is When Killer Mutant Lizards Attack, by Brent Hirose of Winnipeg, Manitoba. More info can be found here. Also cancelled are all performances of Jimmy Hogg’s Wisdom at Venue 9. While we’ll be posting any schedule changes or cancellations here on the blog, stay tuned to the Victoria Fringe’s updates page, which will have the latest info.

We’ll also be updating Facebook and Twitter as reviews and posts go up, so be sure to follow us on there. If you’re Twitter savvy, keep a look out for the #yyjfringe hash tag for all things Fringe-related in the Twitterverse.

Happy Fringing! See you in the lineups.

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