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Recent articles

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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Beyonce - First Female Headliner in 25 years

Beyonce triumphed last night. Perhaps now that Glastonbury is managed by new mum Emily Eavis other sets like this will be booked - I hope to see many more female headliners in the future!

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Hope or Rage - Scriptwriting Competition

KinkyFish are looking to produce and perform original one act plays up to 45 minutes in length based on the themes...
"Hope in Devastation"
"Rages Against the Modern World"

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Theatre review - Snow White by Filskit in association with Quirkas

The children in the audience are enthralled...the story moves from stage to screen at an exciting pace.

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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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