Several Edinburgh shows this year feature infants and children. No kidding.
With this born performer who found her onstage mojo in her 70s, what you see is what you get. And it’s the work of a lifetime.
It’s been a busy Fringe so far. Here are some of the best cabaret (or cabaret-adjacent) shows at Edinburgh 2016.
Community action scuppers scheme to turn iconic queer venue into generic eatery.
Queer spaces aren’t just about LGBTQ+ safety. They’re a glimpse of a better future for everyone.
For me, the past couple of months have been very busy and rewarding in terms of my own work and, as for many people, very challenging and upsetting on a political level. This post is just a quick update regarding the former since, among other things, I use this blog as a tally of what I’ve […]
The things LGBTQ people need from our public spaces has changed. But is it even possible for new models to emerge in London in 2016?
The alt-cabaret superstars’ long-awaited return is a joy – and not just because Kiki’s legs wound up wrapped around my face.
Control vies fruitfully with vulnerability in Split Britches’ latest show, based on Peggy Shaw’s experiences of a stroke.
East London’s ringmaster can’t afford to live there any more. But the show will go on – starting with Woo’s verbatim-theatre history of the Shoreditch scene.