All of our 2023 Edinburgh Fringe reviews in one place – we’ll be updating this by the minute (as long as we keep the Irn-Bru flowing).
As Pink Lotus brings her LGBTQ+ cabaret spectacular HOT QUEER MAGIC to the Edinburgh Fringe, we caught up with the queer burlesque artist and Indian dancer to talk about the show, influences, and Things To Do (in London)…
A batshit crazy variety night of lols, with everyone’s favourite slime ball Jack Tucker (Zach Zucker) and friends.
Liz Toonkel achieves the impossible, fusing heartfelt sleepover confessions with insane animal magic.
John Tothill delivers an absolute masterclass in audience control, with this inspired, wine-fuelled cabaret-cum-seminar on post-reformation pleasure.
Enjoy salad, tortoises, sex and body positivity in this queer-femme masterstroke of physical comedy fantasia.
A messy, discordant hour telling the painful side of the George Michael saga with occasional moments of weird wonder.
In a city still seemingly proud to stake its claim as the birth place of the boy wizard that shall not be named, Laurie Ward and Charli Cowgill deliver an unpacking of 21st century transfeminine life that is both searingly honest and exhilaratingly entertaining.
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…