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Vancouver Fringe Fest says future unclear due to inflation

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The Vancouver Fringe Festival is celebrating its 40th anniversary not with a triumphant bow but with a plea for more cash.The festival, a staple of Vancouver’s performing arts calendar since 1985, says inflationary pressures are hurting its bottom line, hiking the prices of labour, venues and equipment.The organization has launched an appeal for the public to chip in $80,000 and keep the event afloat but executive director Duncan Watts-Grant said they’ve already cut back the 2024 edition by abou

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