Funny Women Awards 2016

Funny Women has been a fantastically supportive organisation for women working across the comedy field, running events, courses and also hosting their annual awards of which this is the 14th year. "Women have been held back in comedy for so long that we’ve had time to get f*cking amazing", and the Awards was an opportunity to celebrate this.

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‘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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