Fringe plans street revelry
Organisers of the Bath Fringe festival are plotting some May madness this year.
The festival has won Arts Council England funding for its Interventions project, which will see performances and art in unexpected spots.
The festival runs from May 27 to June 12, with a French theatre group launching a week of street entertainment on the afternoon of the second May Bank Holiday, May 30.
Cacahuète, which performed at the old Walcot Nation Day in 1999, will work with local performers and youngsters to create what organisers called a crowd-sized show.
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The performance will take in Kingsmead Square, Sawclose and Bath Street.
The following Sunday, the festival's Bedlam Fair will be expanded beyond Sawclose into Kingsmead Square and even into some business premises.
The latest details are at www. bathfringe.co.uk.