1 Ticket.7 Artistic Companies.30+ Performances Each Night.
FROST BITES is Hamilton’s first site-specific, winter theatre festival. The event runs February 11-14 and features a diverse array of hot local artists (film makers, dancers, playwrights, choreographers, and more) presenting performance ‘bites’ throughout the building and grounds, promising to heat up The Cotton Factory during the coldest month of the year!
A single $20 ticket gets you into as many shows as you can manage in an evening or pick up a Frequent Frost Pass and you can return to the festival as often as you like! All shows start at 7pm except for the 14th at 1pm.
Because of YOU the Hamilton Fringe has become a place of cutting edge art that reflects and strengthens the fabric of our community.
As we enter our 13th year we are significantly expanding our activities, providing you with MORE opportunities to access affordable cultural programming, host MORE exciting artists from across the country and around the world, and give stage to MORE Hamilton stories from a wide diversity of perspectives.
A modest donation of $13 will go a long way to supporting our growth in this exciting 13th year!
This partnership has allowed us to decrease the application fee and ensure that all shows will happen between 12:00 and 3:00 p.m. The series will now be made available to day camp groups that run during the summer months.
Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first served basis. There are currently two 60-minute slots available for the Family Fringe Series.
Deadline: March 1, 2016 OR until all slots have been filled
Join the Board of Directors of the Hamilton Festival Theatre Company at our 2016 Annual General Meeting. We will update you on the successes of 2015 and share with you some of our plans for the coming year! You will have the opportunity to mingle with Fringe staff and board members and the option to join us as a member. Refreshments will be served.
When: Tuesday March 1, 2016 Where: Artword Art Bar, 15 Colbourne Street, (west off James Street North, one block south of Barton) Time: 7-9pm
The Fringe would not be possible without the support of our sponsors and government partners. Learn more here.