August 2015

Interview with writer Caitlin Ince

Caitlin Ince's new play 'Broken Windows' will premiere at The Edinburgh Fringe this summer. Based on verbatim interviews with teenagers from across the UK and set to song, Broken Windows is an exploration into what it means to be young and female today.

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Interview: Katie Cooper (Aka Mrs McMoon)

Katie Cooper will be spending the summer in Edinburgh, playing the role of Mrs McMoon in her one woman show for children. She's already had great success in the UK, if you are up at the Fringe with little ones - be sure to add this to your list. This week I caught up with her to ask a few questions about her work.

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Nadia Cavelle: 'Breaking free from the way we’ve been conditioned to perceive women won’t happen quickly'

Franco-Swiss writer Nadia Cavelle’s debut play, Bruises, plays at the Tabard Theatre, London, from 11th to 29th August 2015. Bruises is an exploration of female friendship, sexuality and identity, set against the backdrop of sex work. Here, Nadia Cavelle discusses her experience of putting sex work on the page and the responsibility she feels to write honestly and compassionately about the subject.

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