Venue 5 Club SAW

Bedwetter

Tamlynn Bryson and Kyle Kimmerly

  • 12 + fees
  • 55m
  • 14+

You’ve heard the jokes about bedwetters, but have you listened to the stories? Tamlynn Bryson recounts her sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious, and completely true story of becoming a woman while still feeling like a child.

“★★★★★ – Wonderfully crafted, funny, and touching” -Theatre in London

“Bryson’s delivery is unfailingly excellent” -ColinThomas.ca


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Contains fighting.


Content Note: There is some swearing, discussions of going through puberty and starting to think about sex, depression and bullying. To view the extended content note click here.


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Dirk Darrow: Future Past Magic

Dirk Darrow: Future Past Magic

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From 17 time Fringe Fest Award Winner Tim Motley,

BEST OF FEST Award, Ottawa Fringe 2017

★★★★★ “Incredible” -Edmonton Journal

★★★★★ “Something special” -Vancouver Sun

Gritty 1930’s film-noir retro collides with futuristic sci-fi in this hilarious time-traveling stage magic spectacle!  Charge your flux capacitors & sharpen your Blade Runners, cause there’s a new steely detective in your future.


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A Talent to Amuse: the Noël Coward Story

Melanie Gall

  • 12 + fees
  • 60m
  • PG

Playwright, composer, actor, singer; Noël Coward defined and shaped music and theatre in the 20th century. From a London childhood in genteel poverty, to a British spy in WWII, to the toast of Broadway, Melanie Gall (award-winning off-Broadway shows “Piaf and Brel” and “Ingenue”) tells the fascinating true story of Coward’s irreverent and unforgettable life, with a dozen of Coward’s iconic songs!


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Stupid Ed

Ed Hill

  • 12 + fees
  • 60m
  • 14+

Stupid Ed is intimate, insightful, and at times — incredible. Comprised of introspections about Ed’s relationships with the female figures in his life, the show explores the values that a Taiwanese-Canadian has learned from his motherland, Canada. It is an examination on the meaning of strength, a reflection on the concept of fragility, and an honest observation on what connects all of us: Love.


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Content Note: Discussions of parental suicide, bullying, racial discrimination and death. 

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Too Much Information Improvised

Steph Haller & Paddy MacDonald

  • 12 + fees
  • 50m
  • 14+
Too Much Information Improvised is for messy b*tches who love gossip, hot tea, and drama. It’s about two real-life exes, and their failed relationship. The duo tell true stories about their relationship, inspired by improvised scenes. This is a spicy
and honest improv show, featuring elements of storytelling, and live music. COMEDY!

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