Comedy review: Trevor Lock: Gender Studies – Girl v Boy, PBH's Free Fringe, Edinburgh

Trevor takes a good old-fashioned binary approach to the genders, for the sake of this show.

Fun and funny - with at least three actual jokes
Fun and funny - with at least three actual jokes

Trevor Lock: Gender Studies – Girl v Boy, PBH’s Free Fringe @ Bannermans (Venue 357) * * *

Boys and girls. We are segregated and, pretty much, pitted against each other in an attempt to decide which gender is best.

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It might not be very woke but it is great fun and Trevor, as ever, with a tendency to the tetchy, shoos us through various tests and competitions with the air of a mildly harassed public school science teacher. There are love letters and much sniffing of strangers, some whispering, a bit of drawing, quizzes and quite a lot of lamination, all commented on (rather well, I thought) by Trevor’s two nominated ‘scientists’.

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