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Recent articles

Guest Feature: OPEN LETTER to Mike Harding, writer of 'Removal Men', and Jay Miller, AD at The Yard theatre

Open letter to Mike Harding, writer of 'Removal Men', and Jay Miller, AD at The Yard theatre from anti-detention activists.

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HAP, Bread & Roses Theatre - Review

Conventional wisdom says happiness is the end goal for everyone. But what if there is something else that supersedes this?

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December listings 2016

The following events in December 2016 are on the whole either written by, organised or directed by women or gender equal productions…

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The Worst Was This, Hope Theatre - Review

A gender-balanced meta-comedy that deconstructs the relationship of two notable Elizabethan playwrights...

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Princess - Theatre Review

Stuart Saint brings his passion project ‘Princess’ to Lost Theatre - a multidisciplinary offering labelled 'gig-theatre'.

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The Salon:Collective's The Tempest

I expect you’re aware of the uproar surrounding the board’s decision at the G

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WOMEN CENTRE STAGE - WHAT TO EXPECT THIS WEEK

Sue Parrish, director of Women Centre Stage Festival, playwright Winsome Pinnock and actress Maggie Steed, come together discuss the importance of creating great roles for women.

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Someone Found, Pleasance Theatre - Preview

'Wild' women have been feared since earliest times. From the legend of Lilith to the Grecian Bacchae, women who deviate from the submissive 'norm' have been treated with suspicion and contempt. Theatre company About Wolves have crafted a interesting tale, based on real life historical figure Cynthia Ann Parker.

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Relatively Speaking - Theatre Review

A lovely bit of Ayckbourn! As comforting as watching sitcoms on a Sunday.

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London Stories: Made By Migrants, BAC - Review

A few days  ago, the world was reeling with the news of Donald Trump elected as the President of the United States. Coupled with the Brexit result in the summer, the global lurch to the Right with its jingoistic rhetoric about 'migrants', things look as bleak as can be. With this in mind I went to a show at Battersea Arts Centre, where various people who have moved to London tell their life story. Some arrived quite recently, others 50+ years ago – but all have an interesting tale to tell.

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