This year's Brighton Fringe festival is simply its biggest yet with a staggering one thousand shows spanning every art form imaginable.
Its become so big in fact that some believe it can now compete with its counterpart in Edinburgh.
And with more than 300 world premiers, its attracting not just traditional storytelling but international art and artists.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Rikki Tarascas, director of 'La Llorona', Sarah Slator of This Is My Theatre, and Falk Hubner, director of 'I Will Carry You Over Hard Times'.
A year ago this week George van Day, a 26 year old from Brighton, died following an attack in Mexico.
Ever since his parents have been desperately trying to find out what happened to their son, who suffered from Asperger's Syndrome.
A coroner in the UK found that George died as a 'direct result of an assault' - but his father says he's disgusted by the lack of effort from authorities to track down his killers. Andy Dickenson reports.