City fringe fest to Tuesday
The Greater Manchester Fringe Festival continues until Tuesday.
Marlon Solomon (Kaston Iago) and Kate Millest (Elska Blayes) are back in the world premiere of Storm Mine at the Lass O'Gowrie until Monday, the sequel to Robots of Death—a big hit at Fab Cafe.
Watch out for The Wonderful World of Wilfredo on Sunday July 29 at the King's Arms in Salford at 7.30pm—he was the toast of the Glastonbury Festival and described as "weird, intimate and wonderful" by The Guardian.
Festival patron Arthur Bostrom, Officer Crabtree in Allo Allo, talks about his career at Taurus Bar on Canal Street on the same night.
There's also the UK premiere of Desperately Seeking The Exit on July 30 and 31 at Taurus Bar. Vertigo have brought Peter Michael Marino form New York with his comic autopsy of how he staged a £4 million flop on London's West End.
It's also the last chance to see The Year Of The Sex Olympics on at the Lass O'Gowrie at 6pm and 9pm, a 1968 BBC TV play by Nigel Kneale, about how the popultion would by kept under control with an endless schedule of pornography and reality TV.
Have A Very Nice Day, written and directed by Manchester-based actor Barry Evans, will also open at The Kings Arms Theatre, Salford on Tuesday.