The city’s hottest site-specific winter performance festival opens tomorrow.
Eight artistic companies present dynamic site-specific performances throughout the building and grounds of two historic churches downtown Hamilton. Dance, film, music, and theatre heat up the two spaces for a full week during the coldest month of the year.
The event includes live music each night, with Montreal-based Thanya Iyer performing soulful future folk while choreographer Lisa Emmons layers in choreographic movement.
Plus a full slate of Hamilton’s most exciting performance-based artists appear in the 8 short productions “bites”.
One of the performances is anamnesis from Squirrel Suit Productions with a 12 minute bite sized show. I’ve seen Carlyn Rhamey twice at Hamilton Fringe and she’s definitely worth checking out.
The ‘choose your own adventure’ ticket offers unique and unforgettable tours of two significant Hamilton historical landmarks.
Tickets for the show are $25 a night which gets you into every show you can squeeze in. You can also pick up the Frequent Frost Pass for $40 which gets you into the event for the duration of the festival.