About Stuart Wilson
I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.
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EVE – Riot Grrrls of Wrestling is a night of sweaty, empowered, feminist grappling in East London – and delivers a piledriver of a night out!
Grey | Ovalhouse | Until 13 July | 7.30pm | £16 Koko Brown brings you the second instalment of the Colour Trilogy, GREY – a candid show tackling depression and black women’s mental health. She is a strong, independent, black…
Our favourite, out-there theatre troupe – Little Bulb – return with The Future, a blistering hour of subtle satire, thumping tunes, cheeky subversion and philosophical musings.
June is the gateway to a summer full of gender fluid festivals, a free Cyprus celebration, London’s most extreme night out and much more…
Five years since we were first amazed by this cheeky, sexy and jaw-dropping spectacle from Gravity & Other Myths, a new cast delivers all the same thrills!
BLUNDERLAND | BGWMC | 25 & 26 April | From £13 Direct from Brooklyn’s most notorious venue, BLUNDERLAND is an acid trip down the rabbit hole for a queer as f*@k variety show unlike any other! This hedonistic party of…
To Do List – in the form of Editor Rupert – returned for a second stint judging the annual Musical Comedy Awards last weekend. We review the winners, and our other favourite acts! WINNER: Katie Pritchard A triple threat –…
Austentatious – featuring Cariad Lloyd, Rachel Parris & Joseph Morpurgo – is a hit & miss 90 minutes of improv comedy, but the hits are worth the misses!
We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away for Rhiannon Faith’s Smack That (a conversation) at Ovalhouse – and an exclusive offer to save 30%!
Following the high-energy opening of IKEA’s newest – and most sustainable – store in Greenwich, we caught up store manager Helen Aylett to talk about embracing community, keeping things local, working for a big brand, and escaping to the theatre!