An insiders guide to New York City’s offbeat restaurants and great insight from our lovely new correspondent Daniel. Including Chelsea Grill of Hells Kitchen, Dos Caminos, East of Eighth and more…
Loserville is stoked to catch up with Australian offbeat drag sensation Drags Aloud. Their uniquely biting show is entitled SHOW GURL and we can’t recommend it enought! It’s on at the Edinburgh Fringe at the “BELLY DANCER” UNDERBELLY, COWGATE – AUGUST 18 – 28 2011, 22:20PM tickets here.
The Guardian, The Independent, Q Magazine, NME… To Do List is truly worthy of standing in a field next to any of them. And so we proved at the The Apple Cart Festival, a new music/comedy/cabaret/magic (?) celebration which took over leafy Victoria Park for one day only.
A great line up, selected especially for the Hot August Fringe, included: Mr Teds, Blanche DuBois, Lazlo Pearlman, Willis, Blue Verse, Marcus Reeves, Sasha Selavie, Natalie Geographic, Helen Noir & Darrell Berry, and Myra Dubois…
There’s no filler here – just wall-to-wall, ball-achingly excellent hits from beginning to end. And we haven’t been paid a penny!
Loserville actually cannot wait for this festival, including Patrick Wolf, Pam Hogg, Tim Minchin, Marcus Brigstocke, Magic Numbers, Saint Etienne and Loserville favourites Bourgeois and Maurice.
We love vintage. We love harmony. We love (contrary to rumours) girls. So, we HEART The Harmonettes.
Here’s our all singing all dancing printable Edinburgh Festival Guide…click the image below or here to get the PDF…including venues to watch, free tickets and our top ten recommended shows.
Don’t miss Frank Chickens and Home Live Art at the supremely FREE Barbican Weekender…this Saturday at 4pm on the club stage at the Barbican Weekender.
Roll up, roll up for the greatest show on earth! Yes it’s our show restaurants article part 2, this time it’s personal. We’ve picked a bevvy of delights to entertain you until the early hours. Including Supperclub London, The Pale Blue Door, Sarastro and Bistrotheque.