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Promoting Gender Equality in the Arts since 2011.
Our vision is for all creative women to be equally heard and seen. Performing Arts - Visual Arts - Literary Arts.

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Recent articles

A THIRD, Finborough Theatre - Review

In today's Tinder world, the notion of going 'on dates' seems slightly archai

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4

MERMAID at the Traverse - Theatre Review

Mermaid combines narrative, physicality sound and poetry to recreate the eternal tragedy of the female: Be seen but not heard.
“She can’t speak” “No matter”.
Reviewed at The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

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5

RADA Festival presents LAVA LAMPS by Imogen Hudson-Clayton: Theatre Review

An unapologetically brazen exploration of womanhood and all her enemies.

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4

'We Are Illuminated' - exhibition review

'We are Illuminated' is Sian McFarlane's award winning MA photography final show from the University Of London College of Communication. Gina Smith attended the artist's talk at the New Walsall Art Gallery on the 20th June. Exhibition until the 26th July 2015

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Edfringe Listings 2015

Our selection of what to check out at Edfringe - want to be on the list? Drop us an email! We particularly want to highlight feminist / female led / gender equal productions.

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Travelling Light present STRICTLY BALTI by Saikat Ahamed

Award-winning theatre company Travelling Light present STRICTLY BALTI at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. This enchanting and compelling autobiographical story is written and performed by Bristol theatre maker Saikat Ahamed. For audiences 10+ The Gilded Balloon, Edfringe 7-31 August (except 12)

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Feral Foxy Ladies and Camden People’s Theatre present I GOT DRESSED IN FRONT OF MY NEPHEW TODAY

First scratched at Camden People’s Theatre’s Calm Down, Dear Festival, I GOT DRESSED is a riotous, atypically sexy and messy hour of entertainment.
Edfringe ZOO Venue 124 (The Aviary) Dates 7th-30th Aug (not 17th, 24th)

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Interview: Two42 Theatre

This week I spoke with Jo Griffiths, one of the founders of Two42 Theatre - which started as two 42 year old women wanting to make theatre, and has since grown in to something much bigger. Here I speak to her about their journey to Edinburgh, and the show they will be taking: Consumption.

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Annegret Märten: "Born as free as any man"

At the Rose Playhouse on London’s Bankside, an English translation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s 18th Century German classic, Iphigenia in Tauris, can be seen (and heard) for the first time in a staged setting. The story is based on an ancient Greek myth but when it comes to gender issues, the piece could not be more current. The play’s dramaturge, Annegret Märten, on the power of the female voice:

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Historically Speaking - by Sarah Myers

Are men better at public speaking than women? And if so; why?

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