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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V&A announces Julia Margaret Cameron exhibition on her bicentenary

To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879), one of the most important and innovative photographers of the 19th century, the V&A will showcase more than 100 of her photographs from the Museum’s collection. 28 November 2015 – 21 February 2016

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PLAYHOUSE PLAYMAKER: Oxford Playhouse Launches New Writers On Attachment Scheme

Oxford Playhouse invites all new and emerging playwrights to submit their work to be considered for a place on the new Oxford Playhouse Writers on Attachment Programme – Playhouse Playmaker.

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Imogen Hudson-Clayton's LAVA LAMPS @ RADA, June 24th

Lava Lamps is light, sexy, witty, poetic, playful, angry and dark - rather like its subject.

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IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS @ The Rose Playhouse from 16 June

A masterful play about loyalty, sacrifice and the power of the female voice.

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THE LEGACY by Angela Clarke opens at Hope Theatre tonight

THE LEGACY is an exciting new play about love, money and bleeding-heart liberals.

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Rebecca E. Clarke: It's a Fishy Business

'Let’s get Mexican and start that wave of feminism rolling!'

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Art on the Street

The Open–Air Art Fair With A Big Difference. Saturday 13th June 2015 Maidenhead

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