Interview: Hanna and Hannah

Serin Ibrahim and Cassandra Hercules play 'Hanna and Hannah' (respectively) in Culture Clash's production of the play by John Retallack. Set in the town of Margate, it follows the stories of local resident Hannah, and a Kosovan refugee Hanna. They're currently performing the show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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Interview: Madelaine Moore

Madelaine Moore is the Artistic Director and Producer for The Thelmas. Next week their show 'Ladylogue' is on at the Tristan Bates Theatre. I caught up with her to find out about The Thelmas, their work, women in theatre and a whole load more. Read on!

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Interview: Tangled Thread Theatre

Tangled Theatre have a strong and clear ethos with regards to employing graduates and paying everyone a fair wage for their work, as well as Pip and Jennie, the Artistic Directors, being keen to bring as many women in to their work as possible to address the gender imbalance across Britain's Stages. This week I spoke to Jennie about their upcoming show 'Only Forever' on at The Hope Theatre this September.

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Interview: Laura Witz, Charlotte Productions

Charlotte Productions are currently performing their show 'Jane Austin Lost Stories' at the Edinburgh Fringe, this week I caught up with their producer Tanja via a Q&A to find out how it's all been going.

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WAR IS TIMELESS - Interview with Lanna Joffrey

VALIANT started its life as a book when the late Sally Hayton-Keeva devoted many years to taking verbatim accounts of 13 women’s experiences of war, from all over the world. Lanna Joffrey read the book as an American teenager and it never left her.

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Interview with poet Jay Walker

I was recently lucky to see Jay Walker perform at L-Fest, I'm fairly new to the poetry scene, but was grabbed by her work, it's sexy, sensual - the way she twists and plays with language is different to any other poetry I've so far seen. She's now up in Edinburgh, but took some time out to answer a few questions for Female Arts.

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Interview with the choreographer of 'Pole', Lyndal Marwick

Pole is on at the Underbelly, Cowgate, at midnight, from the 6th to the 30th of August at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. While exploring pole dancing in all of its lights and shades, this piece aims to promote and acknowledge pole dancing as an art form and as a valid and acceptable medium for theatre. Lyndal Marwick the choreographer tells us more...

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Interview with Lotta Quizeen

I could not pass up the chance for an interview with Lotta Quizeen - it is never a dull experience. She's performing her show 'Pull Your Socks Up Britain' at the Canal Cafe This week, with an extra incredible 'relaxed' performance on Friday afternoon for parents with babies. Here I have caught up with her on how her campaign's going. There's more information at the bottom if you're interested in attending the parent / baby performance.

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Interview: Katie Cooper (Aka Mrs McMoon)

Katie Cooper will be spending the summer in Edinburgh, playing the role of Mrs McMoon in her one woman show for children. She's already had great success in the UK, if you are up at the Fringe with little ones - be sure to add this to your list. This week I caught up with her to ask a few questions about her work.

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Interview with writer Caitlin Ince

Caitlin Ince's new play 'Broken Windows' will premiere at The Edinburgh Fringe this summer. Based on verbatim interviews with teenagers from across the UK and set to song, Broken Windows is an exploration into what it means to be young and female today.

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