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Recent articles

Wonderland (Tour) – Musical Theatre Review

A buzzy production with some genuinely funny highlights.

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3

Reading fringe festival highlights

Reading Fringe Festival returns to Reading this week from Tues 18th to Sunday 23rd July. Here are our female led picks of the Reading fringe.

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0

Diverse cast to lead British dark comedy film, “TRUMP”

Bethnal Films launches crowdfunding campaign for London-set, post-Brexit political comedy.

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0

Jane Eyre (2017 Tour) – Theatre Review

Sally Cookson’s powerful adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel.

Author's review: 
5

Top 5 feminist theatre productions you can see at Latitude

Latitude Festival will return to Henham Park, Suffolk 13th - 16th July 2017.

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Open For Art festival 2017

Launching on Friday 30th June, with “Breakfast with an Artist” all are welcome to hear the story behind the work of Rebecca Swainston, interviewed by Editor of Female Arts, Wendy Thomson.

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Hands up if you've ever been dumped!

The Breakup Monologues - Guest feature from comedian Rosie Wilby

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0

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (Tour) - Dance Review

A fable on stage - Northern Ballet face their toughest adaptation yet...

Author's review: 
3

Ghosts – Regional Theatre Review

“The sins of the father are visited on their children..." The Play's The Thing present Ibsen's 'Ghosts'

Author's review: 
4

Gangsta Granny (Tour) – Children’s Theatre Review

David Walliam’s popular tale is brought to the stage by the Birmingham Stage Company and provides a fun night out for fans of the book and young audiences alike.

Author's review: 
4

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