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The Fringe is a great way for funny peo­ple to showcase their work out­side the reg­u­lar com­edy venues. It’s also a way for comics to try their hand at other things. Stand-ups Terry Cle­ment and Nikki Payne do sketch in Go F#$% Your­self (You Know What We Mean) (from Thurs­day, July 7, at the He­len Gar­diner Phe­lan); sketch troupes

Statu­tory Jape, Un­called For and She Said What ex­pand their au­di­ence with their shows The Grapes Of Khan (con­tin­u­ing from Satur­day, July 9 at the He­len Gar­diner Phe­lan), Hypno­gogic

Logic (from Fri­day, July 8, at Bathurst Street The­atre) and She Said What

Hap­pened (from Thurs­day, July 7, at Bathurst Street The­atre); Van­cou­ver duo Peter ’n Chris Save The World! (from Thurs­day, July 7, at the George Ig­nati­eff); Fringe vet­er­ans Chris Crad

dock and Ron Pederson com­bine im­prov with a dat­ing sce­nario in The

LOVE Oc­tagon (from Thurs­day, July 7, at Passe Mu­raille Mainspace); and speak­ing of im­prov, one of the coun­try’s best, Lisa Mer­chant, di­rects A

Gen­tle­man’s Club Fringe Show (con­tin­ues from Satur­day, July 9, at the Fac­tory Stu­dio), an off-the-cuff look at T.O.’s most priv­i­leged peo­ple.

Nikki Payne and Terry Cle­ment want you to Go F#$% Your­self.

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