THERE'S still three days left to enjoy Ventnor Fringe - which has brought more than 200 shows to the town.

Many of the performances have been packed out and the sun has shone down on the Fringe's hub at Ventnor Park all week, creating the perfect festival atmosphere.

There have been two big tops full of acts from circus to burlesque, and other tents and venues offering everything from music to comedy.

One highlight was Simon Brodkin, aka prankster Lee Nelson, as impressive as a stand-up as he was in taking on some of the world’s most famous and protected characters, including Donald Trump and Sepp Blatter, and fooling the crew of Britain’s Got Talent.

His "work in progress" show was a polished run-through of what is to come at Edinburgh Fringe for those lucky enough to see him there.

Isle of Wight County Press: Simon Brodkin in picture by Julian Winslow.Simon Brodkin in picture by Julian Winslow.

He had the packed out Magpie Tent in stitches as he told the audience how he had been turned down for I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here because his name isn't well enough known. He blamed it on the newscasters reporting his high-profile pranks but always attributing them to "an anonymous prankster".

Let's Circus have wowed the crowd in the Magpie (their own tent) and Hotel Paradiso, Lost in Translation Circus, were a new welcome addition to Fringe over at Flowersbrook.

In the Big Top, the spectacular duo of Le Gateau Chocolat and Jonny Woo put on an incredible show, giving a shot of adrenaline to the biggest and best West End musical songs.

Isle of Wight County Press: Le Gateau Chocolat in picture by Julian Winslow.Le Gateau Chocolat in picture by Julian Winslow.

Dubbed the “ebony and ivory of drag” they added a twist to the lyrics here, a big dose of innunendo there, some slapstick and several costume changes - it all went down a treat with the eager crowd.

Over in St Catherine's Church there's been a programme of musical delights and more highbrown choices - still pulling in good numbers of visitors.

See video below of Vaguely Sunny Promotions in Association with Harp on Wight International presented Pippa Reid-Foster (Scottish Harp) and Eva Alkula (Finnish Kantele)) at St Catherine’s Church.

Isle of Wight County Press: Harps in the church at Ventnor Fringe. Picture by Pamela Parker.Harps in the church at Ventnor Fringe. Picture by Pamela Parker.

There's also free music every day in Ventnor Park.

There’s an extraordinary amount to see and enjoy and it is on until Sunday, after which you can vote for your favourite act to win the Rouse Ltd Audience Choice Award.