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Recent articles

Interview: Ann Akin

This week Female Arts' Amie Taylor managed to catch Ann Akin, the director of Young Harts Theatre Company; a vibrant company that promotes drama and education for young people within the community.

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Ladies In Waiting: The Judgement of Henry VIII, Bread & Roses Theatre - Review

DEFINITION OF LEGACY: Something left or handed down by a predecessor: the legacy of centuries of neglect
Oxford English Dictionary

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Laurence King Publishing: Dreamday Pattern Journals - Review

These are a series of elegant and distinctive notebooks made with quality paper that are a nice size and have richly coloured covers that with your own sketches, writing, designs and colouring will become uniquely personal.

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BEACONS, Park Theatre - Review

It's not very often that one falls in love in characters in a play from the off and feel like you've known them forever, but in Tabitha Mortiboy's Beacons, that is certainly the case. Set in Beachy Head on the coast of Eastbourne, Beacons focuses on three individuals whose lives intersect in a number of ways, some of which aren't initially self-evident.

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4

‘THE AMERICANA’ by Maria Vigar at King's College

The College Chapel, King's College London, 14th & 15th April, 7.30pm

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The Playboy of the Western World, Kingsgate Theatre - Review

Anyone who is familiar with Irish Arts will need no introduction to JM Synge's play The Playboy of the Western World. Set in County Mayo at the turn of the 20th century, it tells the story of Pegeen Mike (Maria Quinn) a young lady who knows her own mind and works in her father's tavern.

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4

RUN by Engineer Theatre - Review

Depth, dynamics and a wonderfully physical and intelligent production. New Diorama Theatre, London until 9th April

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Thick as Thieves Theatre present TWELFTH NIGHT

Gender Equal Performance at The Hope Theatre, London 12 – 30 April

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The Rules of Inflation, Theatre N16 - Review

Devised by Balloons Theatre, The Rules of Inflation at Theatre N16 uses metaphor, satire and a number of other tools to obliquely show the various facets of politics across the globe.

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Interview: Tabitha Mortiboy

Tabitha Mortiboy’s second full length play, Beacons, is about to open at The Park Theatre, London. Last week Female Arts’ Amie Taylor chatted to her about her career and the play.

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