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January 26, 2019

SkirtsAfire Festival is coming to YEG!

SkirtsAfire Festival in Edmonton is self-described as “diverse and daring”. When you visit the festival be prepared to be immersed in powerful, beautiful, engaging performances, exhibits and workshops in Theatre, Poetry, Spoken Word, Design, Art, Dance, Cabaret, Music, Comedy, Yoga, and more.

We have taken in their 2017 & 2018 MainStage Productions. In 2018, The Romeo Initiative, written by Trina Davies was half romantic comedy, half spy thriller, and all entertainment.

The Mamas and a few contributors even had the pleasure of attending the Opening Night Party.

This 4-day multidisciplinary arts festival focuses on empowering, developing, supporting, and showcasing women artists in all our diversity. They represent and therefore welcome women artists of all backgrounds including trans women, self-identifying women, the LGBTQ2 community, all ethnicities and all abilities. Running in conjunction with International Women’s Day, this festival truly celebrates us – in all our unique, amazing talents.

The 2019 festival runs March 7-17

NEW THIS YEAR

Coeur De Pirate, Photo: Mayxme G Delisle

presented by SkirtsAfire Festival Live at the Winspear

International Women’s Day | Friday, March 8, 2019 at the Winspear Centre

The Cabaret Theatre hosts 3 plays in rotation. Be sure to join them for double header nights where you can catch 2 shows separated by a short intermission. Admission on double header performances gets you into both shows and will not be sold separately, unless specified. TICKETS range from $17-$25 (plus applicable fees)

Statue Photo: Patrice Tremblay

Poly Queer Love Ballad Photo: Emily Cooper

Deep Fried Curried Perogies

The schedule of events can be found on their website skirtsafire.com and tickets can be purchased directly through www.tixonthesquare.ca We highly recommend you grab some of the awesome women in your life, save the date and check out this festival making #yegherstory since 2012!
Photos by April MacDonald Killins and Keanna Hiebert. 
This post was sponsored by the SkirtsAfire Festival Society. As always, all opinions stated are our own. 
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