John Tothill delivers an absolute masterclass in audience control, with this inspired, wine-fuelled cabaret-cum-seminar on post-reformation pleasure.
An ambitious hour which falls short in the execution, but undeniably shows promise.
Enjoy salad, tortoises, sex and body positivity in this queer-femme masterstroke of physical comedy fantasia.
A refreshingly honest hour of hilarity and speaking truth to power. Frankie Boyle listen up: its dyspraxic Don who’s leading the socialist revolution.
Superstar performances from standout stars aren’t quite supported by the show itself understanding what makes the whodunnit genre so addictive.
Uncategorisable bonkersness from sold-out runaway surreal anarchic comedy queen, Lorna Rose Treen.
An unmissable hour of Black and underrepresented top-tier talent expertly presided over by Che Burnley (from Oldham).
After three years away, To Do List will return to review the very best that the Edinburgh Fringe festival has to offer! But first, we preview the most intriguing shows in the Edinburgh Fringe programme – look no further for the most unmissable quirky, offbeat, and downright amazing events at this years Fringe!
So look, we’ve been Bourgeois & Maurice devotees for quite some time, and now that the restraining order has lapsed we were free to pin them down for one of our notoriously high-intensity interrogations…
This bumper London edition of Edinburgh treat Fast Fringe is a wham-bam parade of quick-as-lightning stand up, sketches and musical comedy. The night is the perfect fringe megamix of three-minute wonders, perfect for those with goldfish-like attention spans.