At 7pm we change into 'show-mode' with two short double-bills in the sit-down surroundings of the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, topped off (weather-dependent) by a brief final spree of outdoor lunacy.
Four Cats Theatre - Mappa Mundi
Reinventing the Fool for the 21st Century with a look at history's most brutal and enduring conflict, the Crusades.
Cutteruption - Even The Lone Ranger Had Tonto
The Lone Ranger starts to lament the loneliness of his quest to become a successful solo performance artist, using genuine voicemails, original songs, online profiles and old letters, highlighting the absurdity of the way we interact today.
INTERVAL (the IABF cafe will be open)
Robin Sidwell - Harold Camping Presents
Who is Harold Camping and how did he convince the word that it would end on May 21st 2011 - a tale of monumental miscalculation.
Matt & Nath - Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash.
Matt & Nath must take to the seas, have a drink, sing a song, and pretend to be pirates and save the something-or-other. Through song, dance, and their love/hate relationship, they set out to scour the seven seas in cardboard pirate ship and a barrel of rum.
Images: Four Cats Theatre, Gareth Cutter x 2, Robin Sidwell, Matt& Nath