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Recent articles

Music review - Kate Bush Director's Cut

Kate Bush “For some years I had wanted to revisit a selection of tracks from the albums ‘The Sensual World’ and ‘The Red Shoes’. Keeping the best original performances from the musicians but stripping out the tracks, adding new scenes and textures before sewing it all back together, it has become something of a director’s cut but in sound – not vision..."

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Promoting womens voices and vision in theatre - the 24:7 festival Manchester

24:7 Festival – Manchester
A festival celebrating new writing it runs for one week every July bringing the best of Edinburgh Fringe style material closer home to Manchester.

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Homeopathy and more with Marianne Ralph

Marianne Ralph offers a range of treatments from clinics in Reading, Marlow, Newbury and Henley:
Holistic Homeopathy
Nutritional Advice
Lifestyle Coaching
Spiritually based Counselling
Meditative practices
Indian head massage
Natural Divine Healing
Thai Foot Massage

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Playwriting workshop - women in theatre

Voicebox Playwriting Workshop at New Shoes Theatre.
These playwriting afternoons will take place over three Saturdays in London. Dates: 18th & 25th June & 2nd July 2011. When: 2 - 6 p.m.

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Interview with Charlotte De'allie

We speak with writer, DJ and comedy performer Charlotte De'allie.

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Birds Eye View Film Festival 2011

The Birds Eye View Film Festival is held annually at the British Film Institute, Southbank and opens on International Women’s Day, which is March 8th and runs to March 17th 2011.

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International Women’s Day – celebrating 100 years

International Women's Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.

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Feeding your baby – Breast vs Formula

'Breast is Best' - if that’s the case why do so many mums choose formula?

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Laugh Out Proud - Comedy review

'Laugh Out Proud' is Reading's Gay friendly comedy night. The show on Saturday 16th October 2010 was hosted by Fringe Report Award winning Rosie Wilby. Headlined by, Tom Allen, featuring Shelley Cooper and Julie Jepson.

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Pregnant women using public transport

Depending on the train company, women greater than 20 weeks pregnant can get complimentary first class travel when standard class is full.

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