Bechdel Testing Theatre - get involved!

The @BechdelTheatre twitter account encourages theatre-goers and makers to think about how many female characters are represented on stage, and tweet to promote plays that show women talking to each other about anything other than men. They are looking for collaborators for future projects.

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OpenWorks Theatre and Company of Angels in association with Derby Theatre present: And Now: The World!

The English language premiere of the award-winning German play that questions the effects of the internet on our behaviour. In London until the 31st Oct then Bristol 2-4th November and continues on tour. Written by Sibylle Berg, Directed by Abigail Graham, Dramaturge Clare Brennan.

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'Dry Land' by Ruby Rae Spiegel

The UK Premiere of 'Dry Land' by Ruby Rae Spiegel comes to the Jermyn Street Theatre, London from 3rd - 21st November 2015

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Women in Music : Oxjam

A selection of female fronted bands, acoustic singers and duos who are playing Reading's Oxjam Festival on Saturday 17th October 2015

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Women’s Equality Party Branch Celebrates Suffragettes

This week Tuesday 20th October, 6pm at the Regal Picturehouse Henley, members of the Reading and Henley branch of the Women’s Equality Party (WE) will meet to watch the highly-acclaimed film Suffragette, and to celebrate those who fought for women to achieve the vote.

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I loved you and I loved you

A Sweetshop Revolution production co-produced with Coreo Cymru and Chapter in association with Galeri, Caernarfon and National Theatre Wales presents: 'I loved you and I loved you'. Multi-award winning choreographer Sally Marie presents an evocative balance of music, theatre and dance to depict the richly romantic life of Morfydd Owen, one of Wales’ most distinguished classical composers. At mac Birmingham, 26 September then continues on tour.

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Mary Beth Morossa residency at The Old Red Lion Theatre, London

Award-winning performer Mary Beth Morossa presents 3 shows as part of her week long residency at The Old Red Lion: The Odd Box, a curated evening of comedy & storytelling & a double bill of her debut solo show Carnival of Crows and her latest work Greywing House. 28th Sept - 3rd Oct 2015

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November Listings 2015

Our selection of what to check out in November - want to be on the list? Drop us an email! We particularly want to highlight feminist / female led / gender equal productions.

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Cheltenham Literary Festival line up 2015

Every year Cheltenham Festivals invites more than 2,500 of the world’s finest musicians, writers, scientists, performers and thinkers to entertain and inspire. Feminist/ female highlights from the Cheltenham Literary Festival Programme 2-11th October 2015

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