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7(X1) Samurai

Actor David Gaines performs Akira Kurosawa's epic Seven Samurai solo.

Die Roten Punkte: Kunst Rock (Art Rock)

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This dysfunctional brother-and-sister comedy band from Berlin has been a huge hit on the Fringe circuit.

Freud vs. his Ego

Monster Theatre ( The Seven Lives of Louis Riel) takes a journey through Sigmund Freud's mind.

F***ing Stephen Harper: How I Sexually Assaulted the 22nd Prime Minister of Canada and Saved Democracy

Playwright and freelance journalist Rob Salerno tried to get an interview with Stephen Harper during the 2008 election campaign. The result is this Fringe show, and a memoir of the same title.

The Lover

A site-specific version of Harold Pinter's classic one-act play about marriage and fidelity, set in someone's apartment.

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Lucky 9

Perennial Fringe favourite T.J. Dawe ruminates on everything from family matters to the acclaimed TV series The Wire.



Miracle in Rwanda

Leslie Lewis Sword transforms herself into several characters to tell the true story of a Rwandan genocide survivor who hid in a bathroom for 91 days - with up to seven others - in order to escape capture.

Moving Along

Chris Craddock ( BASH'd) delivers this semi-autobiographical tale, and even operates the lighting himself using something he calls the Electro-Chair.

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Wanderlust

Actor (and perennial temp) Martin Dockery left New York for what he hoped would be a life-changing trip to West Africa. The result is a comic, true tale.

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