‘The Secret life of Desire’ How The Light Gets In festival

A debate from ‘How The Light gets in’ festival, 4th June, Hay-on-Wye
With Rowan Pelling, Christopher Hamilton, Catherine Hakim, Hosted by Sean Curran

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Philosophy In the Bedroom

Sociologists, philosophers and Feminist activists came together at this year's How The Light Gets In festival to debate whether there is a place for philosophy in the bedroom.

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Angela Eagle: Politics and the Patriarchy

An enlightening window into the male world of Parliament from MP Angela Eagle at How the Light Gets In festival 2016

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FREE creative writing workshops from Female Arts

Free writing workshops on Saturday 14th May from Female Arts magazine at South Street Arts Centre, Reading Berkshire

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Women’s Arts Association Exhibitions

Visual artist Gina Smith reports on the Women's Arts Association exhibitions in Cardiff and Barry, Wales as part of International Women's Day events 06 March 2016 – 16 April 2016

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JOY on DVD & Recognising Female Inventors

JOY starring Jennifer Lawrence is the story of Joy Mangano who invented the Miracle Mop - is released on DVD and Blu-RayTM on April 25th 2016

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Young Harts Writing Festival with Lyric Hammersmith

Young writers vs Professionals – Ten Plays, Two nights who will win?
Lyric Hammersmith, London 8th & 9th April 2016

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Female Arts magazine co-produces the launch of RED Women's Theatre Awards at Greenwich Theatre

This Mothering Sunday, as part of International Women's Day celebrations on 6th March 2016 6.30pm at Greenwich Theatre launches a new award for female playwrights, RED Women's Theatre Awards, in a co-production with Female Arts magazine.

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Titania – A Solo Cabaret: Guest Feature

From 22-24 March Greenwich Theatre welcomes Moon Fool’s Anna-Helena McLean with the internationally acclaimed Titania – A Solo Cabaret. Picked up by Greenwich as part of the venue’s season celebrating female theatre-makers, after an MTN award nomination at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, the show reveals Shakespeare’s fairy queen in a new light, placing her centre stage to tell her story, but what has now become a solo cabaret was not originally conceived that way. Performer and co-creator Anna-Helena McLean explains…

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Guest Feature: Three Generations of Women - Beccy Smith

The idea for Broken Leg Theatre's Three Generations of Women grew out of a conversation in the pub between co-directors and writers of the play, Alice Trueman and Anna Jefferson. Over several pints they discussed the shifting challenges women have faced over the course of the last 100 years - how such progress has been achieved, but carrying with it a shadow of regression when it comes to the representation of women in the media, for instance.

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