Atlantic Fringe Festival this week

Read all the shows that start this Thursday, August 28.

2B (Or Not 2B)A.A. Amirault (Halifax). Frazzled Franny is looking for love in the wrong places.

Comedy. Imperial Room, Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle, 7pm. $6

Songs From the PlaysA concert by Alastair Macdonald (Dartmouth). Cabaret, Khyber 3, 1588 Barrington, 8pm. $6

Belindance Greatest Hips!Halifax's premiere belly dance troupe presents a feast for the eyes and ears. Dance. Neptune Studio Theatre, 1593 Argyle, 8:15pm. $10

Bone Jacked/Singing Seven at the Heat-Rise Jonathon Borden and Stewart Delo (Halifax). Two plays explore human relationships.Performance art. Bus Stop Theatre, 2203 Gottingen, 10:30pm. $5

The Decaffination of Kofi AnnanNoel James (Wales, UK). Comic material from the minstrel of understatement.Improv. Khyber 1, 8:30pm. $10

Destination UnknownJane Langille (Halifax). A journey through one girl's life and thoughts, mixed with music.Comedy. The Imperial Room, 9pm. $6

Dog TownBud Hunter (Halifax). A story of a man whose life has gone to the dogs.Performance art. Khyber 3, 6:30pm. $4

Half Past ThreeAnne Doyle and Sher Claine (Halifax). In every picture-perfect town, there's a seedy underbelly.Comedy. Khyber 2, 7pm. $6

Honey and JupiterMeghan Hubely (Halifax). The play examines an intimate relationship with an eating disorder.Drama. Bus Stop Theatre, 6:45pm. $5

In My Opinion...(The Mad, Mad Diary of a Menopausal Mama)Tanya Belliveau (Deep Brook). Birth, death and everything appear in a madcap venture into the human condition.Improv. Imperial Room, 8pm. $5

Jest In MindTrevor Poole (Halifax). Presenting a series of problems in mind reading and thought transference.Magic. Khyber 1, 7:15pm. $8

Legends of CanadaChris Denholm (Toronto). Join storyteller Denholm as he explores history and poetry of Canada.Storytelling. Khyber 3, 9:30pm. $4

Life Is A CabaretSaints Alive! Theatre Society (Dartmouth). A journey through a relationship, told through songs spanning decades of musical theatre. Cabaret.Neptune Studio Theatre, 6:30pm. $8

My First MoustacheNeil Cameron (Toronto). An awkward 31 year old sets out to grow his first moustache. Improv, 40 min. Bus Stop Theatre, 8:45pm. $8

Never Has BeenCorey Poirer (Eastern Passage). Corey shares his story through humorous, thought-provoking spoken word, storytelling, and music. Storytelling/music, 45 min. Khyber 1, 10pm. $5

Opening MorningStephen Pitman (Dartmouth). Why not have a play about a playwright? Comedy.Khyber 2, 8:15pm. $3

Wild AbandonKyle Gillis (Halifax). Daniel MacIvor's dark comedy about a disturbed man and an egg in a cage. Adult language. Comedy. Khyber 2, 9:15pm. $7

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