Charismatic performer, RSC and National Theatre director, thought provoking novelist and Brighton resident, Neil Bartlett comes to Festival’s studio to talk about his new commission for Brighton Festival at Theatre Royal Brighton. He looks back at his pioneering 80s work specifically on aids but forward too in What Can You Do? One word. Unmissable! Robert Cohen’s tour de force The Trial Of Harvey Matusow is the £5 Fringe theatrical highlight, the amazing story of America’s greatest ever liar and there has been competition. Two words, don’t miss!
I don’t know much about You Left Me In The Dark, a modern reworking of The Seagull but having watched this intriguing preview I’m going. Did you know there’s a Carry On Brighton! Well there is and it’s on in Kensington. There’s mindreading magic from Eddie Izzard stablemate Doug Segal who has already sold out two nights. But luckily Vicky Nangle tells us there’s another night. Vicky also recommends Woman Of The Future with Helen Keen and Hendrick’s history of gin. Lynn Ruth Miller presents Festival! 13.