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Recent articles

The Revolution Will Be Sexual - EastEnd Cabaret

Introducing EastEnd Cabaret appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe this August.

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The Apprentice 2011

Lets take a closer look at the female entrepreneurs of The Apprentice 2011

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Calendar of Annual Events and Festivals in Reading

Although Reading is best known for the music festival there are many other annual events in the area...

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Bombshells and Eight at the Henley Fringe

Bombshells and Eight are on this week (18th to 23rd July 2011) as part of the Henley Fringe.

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Interview with Jo Southwell - founder of the Henley Fringe

Jo Southwell is the founder of the Henley Fringe, an annual festival in Oxfordshire

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Wrens by Tiny Teapot Theatre

Female Arts are pleased to recommend Wrens at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival

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Calendar of UK Fringe Festivals

Adelaide (Australia) Fringe

A guide to what fringe festivals are on - all year round.

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Interview with Laura Kriefman - Guerilla Dance Project

photo (c) Anna Hammersley

Laura Kriefman is the founder and choreographer of Guerilla Dance Project

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Holiday by The Honourable Society of Faster Craftswomen

Coming to the Camden People’s Theatre on the 22nd and 23rd July 2011 is Holiday by The Honourable Society of Faster Craftswomen.

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Are women less talented than men?

Are women less talented than men? No, I don't think so either. However only one woman made the final of Britain's Got Talent 2011 out of 10 finalists.

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