Network of Independent Critics: Participants Chosen and Crowdfunding Campaign Launched

The Network of Independent Critics has selected 21 experienced performance critics including our own Michael Davis - Female Arts London Editor, from an international applicant pool to come to Edinburgh Festival Fringe for a one week stay in subsidized housing. The campaign to cover their accommodation costs has been launched via IndieGoGo https://igg.me/at/NICritics.

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Park Theatre's Autumn Season lacking in female writers and directors

Disappointing that the new season announced at the Park Theatre only has 1 female writer and 1 female director out of 11 plays

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MAY Listings 2016

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

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Feminism debated at How The Light Gets In philosophy & music festival

Feminism debated at How The Light Gets In Philosophy & Music festival in Hay (Hay-On-Wye, Wales) 26th May to 5th June 2016

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London-Based US Author Meg Rosoff Wins 2016 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA), the world's largest children's literature award. The winner has now been announced as London-based US author Meg Rosoff, best known for her works 'How I Live Now' and 'Just In Case'.

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Introducing Might Never Happen, a new play written by Doll’s Eye Theatre.

‘Might Never Happen’ explores the social phenomenon of street harassment. The Kings Head Theatre, London, N1 1 May, 2 May, 8 May, 9 May, 15 May, 16 May 2016

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‘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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Thick as Thieves Theatre present TWELFTH NIGHT

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

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King’s Head Theatre Spring Season Announcement

UK premiere of award-winning Australian drama headlines new season featuring Edinburgh cabaret transfers, the first major revival of Howard Brenton’s Christie In Love and Penelope Skinner's Eigengrau at Kings Head Theatre's spring season May-July 2016

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