From the underground to the mainstream, Intrepid Theatre’s UNO Fest of solo performance returns May 9 – 19 for year #21. This 11-day festival is chock-full of fearless artists, daring stories, solo audience experiences, slam parties, and hands down heroic performances.
This year’s festival features a Spotlight on Indigenous Women’s Voices and Guest Indigenous Curator Yolanda Bonnell; two Theatre for Young Audiences shows, presented in partnership with Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People; immersive site-specific shows where the audience becomes the performer; and the first UNO Fest show (ever) from Ireland.
See all the shows & details here: http://intrepidtheatre.com/festivals/uno-fest/
Single tickets and festival passes are now on sale in person at Ticket Rocket at #101 – 804 Broughton Street, Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm.
CHEAP THRLLS: Try something new. See more. Take a risk. Bring an UNO first-timer. The opening night performance of every show at the festival is Pay-What-You-Can for tickets at the door, and we hold 25% of the capacity for PWYC tickets. Advance tickets for these shows are regular price.
UNO Fest 5-Show Pass, $79 - Save up to 20% with this shareable pass, can be used for 5 in-advance or at-door bookings.
UNO Fest 3-Show Pass, $50 - Shareable, and can be used for 3 in-advance or at-door bookings.
NEW! UNO Fest 4-Show Youth Pass, $20 - Under 25? We have a deal for you! See 4 shows for just $5 each with this shareable pass.
Intrepid Theatre respectfully acknowledges that we live, work, create and present art on the traditional and unceded territory of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.
UNO Fest is generously supported by the Government of Canada. BC Arts Council, Feed the Arts in the CRD (CRD Arts Development), Canada Council for the Arts, Province of BC, City of Victoria, Phillips Brewing & Malting Co., Merridale Cidery & Distillery, Hotel Rialto, Veneto Tapa Lounge, Used.ca, Do250, Culture Vulture TV, Ticket Rocket, Times Colonist, The Joint Pizzeria, Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People