Festival! 9 is presented by Lynn Ruth Miller and what an experience! Starting with Faulty Towers The Dining Experience at The Thistle Hotel. Basil, Sybil and Manuel give you a meal you’ll never forget and it’s here in the summer after the festival too as it’s so popular. Book fast! You won’t forget Matt Whistler in a hurry either. That naked sledger on a tea tray down Southover Street ring any bells. He’s back. Still crazy.Vicky Nangle tells us about who’s going to be the next Jimmy Carr at Komedia and reveals that Translunar Paradise was so amazing the Brighton Fringe had to invent a special venue for it! Berkoff’s East has sex, violence and a million mentions of the C word the actors tell us. It’s selling out!! Puppetry and philosophy are together at last, in I Have Never Cared For Sunsets at The Regency Tavern. If you expected to sleep through this you would be so wrong as it’s laugh out loud funny. Both Fringe Review’s Paul Levy and Lynn Ruth Miller recommend the intense and intimate female centred polygamy drama Two-Headed starring two brilliant young actresses Liz McMullen and Noor Lawson. Andrew Kay pops up to exhort you to vote vote and vote again for your favourite shows and open houses so the right winners get rewarded on the May 28th Awards Show.