PIECE OF SILK at the Hope Theatre

Piece of Silk by Jennie Buckman, inspired by The Arabian Nights, is about the power of story-telling to counter-attack the devastating effects of domestic violence. 14 June - 2 July The Hope Theatre, London

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JULY LISTINGS 2016

The following productions/events in July 2016 are on the whole either written by, and / or directed by women or gender equal productions

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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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The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize at the National Theatre - report and photos

Female Arts attended the 38th Annual Awards at the National Theatre of The Susan Smith Blackburn prize, a global award for any female playwright writing in the English speaking language. The winner was Lynn Nottage for her play 'Sweat'.

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Rebellious Acts - meet our writers: Liz Carroll

Meet the writers behind Female Arts 'Rebellious Acts' production this Saturday 14th May at South Street Arts Centre. Introducing Liz Carroll, the writer of 'Private'.

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Rebellious Acts - meet our writers: Amie Taylor

Meet the writers behind Female Arts 'Rebellious Acts' production this Saturday 14th May at South Street Arts Centre. Introducing Amie Taylor, the writer of 'The Secret Life of Jennie Harte'.

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Rebellious Acts - meet our writers: Kate Saffin

Meet the writers behind Female Arts 'Rebellious Acts' production this Saturday 14th May at South Street Arts Centre. Introducing Kate Saffin, the writer of 'Isobel's War'.

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Rebellious Acts - meet our writers: Hannah Roe

Meet the writers behind Female Arts 'Rebellious Acts' production this Saturday 14th May at South Street Arts Centre. Introducing Hannah Roe, the writer of 'St George's Day'.

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Rebellious Acts - meet our writers: Ness Lyons

Meet the writers behind Female Arts 'Rebellious Acts' production this Saturday 14th May. Introducing Ness Lyons, the writer of 'I Smile Politely'.

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Female Arts present Rebellious Acts

Female Arts in association with South Street Arts Centre present ‘Rebellious Acts’ an evening of incendiary new writing on Saturday 14th May at South Street Arts Centre in Reading as part of Female Arts magazine 5th birthday celebrations. Complimented by free workshops in review writing and short-play wrighting. Funded by Reading Borough Council as part of Reading Year of Culture 2016.

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