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Recent articles

Philosophy In the Bedroom

Sociologists, philosophers and Feminist activists came together at this year's How The Light Gets In festival to debate whether there is a place for philosophy in the bedroom.

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Angela Eagle: Politics and the Patriarchy

An enlightening window into the male world of Parliament from MP Angela Eagle at How the Light Gets In festival 2016

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Hurricane Katie, Leicester Square Theatre - Comedy Review

If you've ever seen Variety of Kings, the monthly comedy night near King Cross, then compère Katie Pritchard won't be a stranger to you. Always very funny, with self-deprecating humour that belies a very talented musicial performer, I've previously often wondered when I would get the chance to see her in a solo show, as she definitely deserves the chance to shine.

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LIFT Festival presents MINEFIELD by Lola Arias: Theatre Review

A remarkable example of theatre at its most redemptive; a brave excavation.

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The Yellow Wagtail, Lion and Unicorn Theatre - Review

Directed by Eloise Lally, The Yellow Wagtail offers a intimate appraisal of relationships in one's twenties. Hermione Halpin – who wrote the play as well co-stars with Tom Dixon – is the driving force behind this personal project.

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Sea Life, Hope Theatre - Review

First performed 16 years ago in Bristol, Lucy Catherine's Sea Life at the Hope Theatre marks its London premiere. With traces of Anthony Neilson's Dissocia* and Tabitha Mortiboy's Beacons in its DNA – but pre-dating both – Sea Life follows siblings Roberta, Bob and Eddie who own a pub in a permanenty 'off-season' coastal town... Except this pub is very much in use, diversified for the use of the new 'family business'.

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Northern Ballet: Jane Eyre – Dance Review

Northern Ballet present a detailed and slick adaptation of the popular novel. On tour 'til 18th June, 2016.

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Annie - Musical Theatre Review

A smashing feel-good family show guaranteed to make you grin. Oh boy, oh boy!

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JUNE Listings 2016

The following productions/events in June 2016 are on the whole either written by, and / or directed by women or gender equal productions (being updated)…

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Interview: Thomas Ryalls

Soon to graduate from Mountview's MA writing musicals course, Thomas Ryalls has been working on a reimagined version of Macbeth, in which the title characters becomes Beth, who lives at The Dunsinane, an underloved gay bar in Scarborough.

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