Volunteer for the Fringe

The Volunteer Centre is now open at Intrepid Theatre (1609 Blanshard) at the corner of Fisgard. You can sign-up for shifts in person, see where we still need help, check out the list of Volunteer Appreciation Shows, and pick up your Volunteer Nametag. Any questions? E-mail volunteer@intrepidtheatre.com

The Victoria Fringe couldn’t run without the help of our incredible team of volunteers who assist us with a wide range of jobs, including box office, tech crew, promotions, info kiosk, and more!

The Victoria Fringe Festival (August 21nd -September 1st) is a celebration of theatre from around the world! Local, national, and international theatre artists bring their work to Victoria for a week and a half of theatrical mayhem. Over 50 shows happen at 7 different venues around the city, mostly close to the downtown core. The festival is powered by nearly 300 dedicated volunteers who help out with a wide range of jobs. For each shift you work, we thank you with a Fringe Buck, which is good for admission to any of the shows at Fringe!

Volunteering with the Fringe is a great way to meet new people in the city and talk to artists from all over the world! There are also opportunities to volunteer in groups for those who might want to stick with a friend or two, particularly with Fringe’s special events like FringeKids or the Fringe Preview.

If you want to get involved with theatre, meet artists, be a part of a big, warm, art-loving community, and see some free shows, sign up to volunteer! For more info call the Fringe Volunteer Centre on 250 590 0394 or email volunteer@intrepidtheatre.com or drop by the Volunteer Centre at Fringe HQ (2-1609 Blanshard).

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of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.