The 2011 Regina Fringe Festival runs July 6-10. As we did last summer, a team of prairie dog writers will hit as many of the plays as we can and write up reviews on the blog to help readers decide which plays are must-see theatre.
Before all that happens though, the RFF is holding a fundraiser at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum tomorrow night. Featured will be a performance of Rod McDonald’s one-man play Glory Days about an aging fighter named Patrick O’Ryan looking back on his career in the ring (that’s McDonald pictured at left). Folk singer Roberta Nichol will also perform.
Things get going with a reception at 6:30 p.m., with Nichol taking the stage at 7:30 p.m., then Glory Days. Tickets are $30 adv., or $35 door. For more info visit www.reginafringe.com or call 586-1213.
Musicwise tonight, Flying Fox & The Hunter Gatherer are at the Club. At O’Hanlon’s Pub, We Are The City are playing with Aidan Knight.