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Physical Science - Blue Elephant Theatre

Physical Science at The Blue Elephant Theatre
by Nutshell Dance

Author's review: 
3

Gaslight - theatre review

Progress Theatre's latest production is 'Gaslight' by Patrick Hamilton. The play explores the relationship between Bella Manningham (Nicola Howe) and her manipulative, devious husband Jack (played by Geoff Dallimore).

Author's review: 
0

Selma - film review

Understated, humane and highly original: believe the hype…

Author's review: 
5

May Listings 2015

The following productions/events in May 2015 are on the whole either written by, and / or directed by women or gender equal productions (being updated)…

Author's review: 
0

April Listings 2015

The following productions/events in April 2015 are on the whole either written by, and / or directed by women or gender equal productions (being updated)…

Author's review: 
0

Guest Feature: How do we ensure artists continue to present bold and daring new work?

Tell Tales is an annual festival of work-in-progress performances curated by theatre company, Jackdaw. Rich Mix (Fri 13th – Sun 15th March, 8pm). Guest Feature by Duncan Robertson and Amy Clamp.

Author's review: 
0

Guest Feature: Paper House by Eliza Power

Paper House

Sexual politics can be as brutal, deceptive and manipulative as governmental politics. And it’s a battle of the sexes that provides the catalyst for Eliza Power's new play, Paper House at Hen & Chicken Theatre, 24 - 28th Feb.

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0

Boa: Trafalgar Studios, Theatre Review

Boa Helen Murray

A powerful and tightly written story of three decades of marriage. Boa is a rare chance to watch one of our finest actors, Harriet Walter, playing opposite her real life husband in an intimate studio setting.

Author's review: 
4

RADIANCE: The Passion of Marie Curie, Tabard Theatre - Review

In the 19th and early 20th century, women’s presence within the scientific area was scarce – or at lease barely tolerated. Plays such as Jessica Swale’s Blue Stockings have highlighted that during the Suffragette era, women were allowed to study the sciences at university, but not graduate. Women such as Marie Curie paved the way in scientific knowledge and women’s status in the workplace. However none of this was without great cost...

Author's review: 
4

Guest Feature: Why a Theatre Festival About Sexual Abuse & Violence?

Unheard

Why a theatre festival about sexual abuse and violence?

Author's review: 
0

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