Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 Theatre Review: It’s a Motherf**king Pleasure (Underbelly Bristo Square) ★★★★★

A sharply-pointed satire that is not afraid to make the audience uncomfortable, It's a Motherf**king Pleasure takes aim at assumptions about disability, ableism, and the knots people tie themselves in trying to always say the "right" thing. Aarian Mehraban, Samuel Brewer and Chloe Palmer in It's a Motherf**king Pleasure. Photo Credit: Alex Brenner. This show... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 Theatre Review: My Dad Wears a Dress (Underbelly Cowgate) ★★★

Maria Telnikoff's heartfelt one-woman show encourages the audience to look at the trans experience from a different perspective. Funny, thoughtful and sincere, this play draws on real-life experience and challenges the heteronormative. Maria Telnikoff in My Dad Wears a Dress. Photo credit: Caitlin Van Bommel. Written and performed by Telnikoff, it is clear that our... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2022 Theatre Review: Unfortunate – The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch (Underbelly) ★★★1/2

Ursula is here to spill the tea on what really went on under the sea. Splash-landing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, this down and dirty Disney parody is full of show-stopping songs, magical puppets and delightfully filthy humour. Elliotte Williams-N’Dure as Ursula. Photo credit: Underbelly. Following in the footsteps of Cruella and Elphaba, everyone’s favourite... Continue Reading →

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