The King’s Theatrical Society Presents

Infringement Festival

Infringement is an annual, week-long festival celebrating student-written, student-created theatre and art at The University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Infringement is organized by the King’s Theatrical Society (KTS). The KTS originally produced only student-written plays, and Infringement is the legacy of that tradition. In addition to the plays themselves, the festival includes a series of events based out of the HMCS Wardroom, as well as a “Best of the Fest” event on the last evening of the festival, showcasing the plays that received the highest audience ratings. This year’s festival will run from January 27-February 1, 2019. Students of all years are encouraged to write and submit plays, regardless of prior experience! The festival kicks off on Monday night with Infringement Prom at 8 p.m. in the Wardroom.


Tickets are $2.00 and will be available for purchase the night of.


At the Infringement Festival, there’s a new set of shows every night! Each night’s shows begins at 8:30 p.m.

Tuesday, January 28

The Drag Artist’s Storytelling Hour

Dylan Jackson

Wednesday, January 29

i hope you had a good nite

A Play About the Snow

Thursday, January 30

Back to the Beach

I Never Needed You

Friday, January 31

White Collar Workers

Under the Glow of The Accretion Disk or An Allegory for the Rising Sun

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