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November 26, 2021 - November 27, 2021

Fado – The Saddest Music in the World: In Concert

Hosted by Intrepid Theatre Company


Metro Studio Theatre, 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5B 3C1, Canada

Intrepid Theatre is thrilled to announce new dates for this concert presentation of the 2018 Fringe smash-hit and winner of the inaugural JAYMAC Outstanding Production Award, Puente Theatre’s Fado, The Saddest Music in the World.

This in concert performance is not the full production of the show, just the musical excerpts and some narration. This presentation runs 70 minutes, including a short pause (no intermission) and comprises two parts: the music from the show, followed by a Fado concert featuring Sara Marreiros. 

Acclaimed Portuguese-Canadian playwright Elaine Ávila’s new play, FADO, is a tale of love and ghosts set in the back alleys and brothels of old Lisbon. Part concert, part theatre, the story of a young woman confronting her country’s Fascist past and her own identity is interwoven with the heartbreaking national music of Portugal known as Fado, which means “fate.”

The hit of the Victoria Fringe in 2018, Fado won the Award for Favourite Musical, with BC’s own beloved Sara Marreiros playing the ghost of Amália Rodrigues, the queen of Fado, and played a sold-out run at Vancouver’s Firehall Arts Centre.


Please indicate any accessibility needs, including wheelchair accessible seating or if you require seating with no stairs, in the provided field, and we will make sure to assign seating that works for you. Note that most tables are on tiered risers accessed up stairs.

Single seats are spaced out and fixed to the floor, and are not able to be moved together.


Intrepid Theatre Company

2-1609 Blanshard Street, Victoria, BC, V8W 2J5, Canada

Intrepid Theatre Company was founded in 1986 to produce the Victoria Fringe Theatre Festival. Almost 30 years later, our original mandate continues to serve the company’s artistic and strategic plans, and the development of a healthy theatre community in Victoria BC. in brief: To enhance awareness and appreciation of contemporary theatre, by encouraging, developing, and producing new and or experimental work for public performance, and the promotion of new artists and their work through theatre festival production.


Metro Studio Theatre

300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5B 3C1, Canada


  • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
  • Wheelchair Accessible Washroom
  • Wheelchair Accessible Seating