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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Interview with sketch comedians O'Shea & O'Gaukroger

Comedy duo O'Shea & O'Gaukroger are bringing their show 'We're Dead Serious' to the Camden Fringe as part of a UK tour http://femalearts.com/node/1843
Wendy from Female Arts caught up with Marina (O'Shea) and Tess (O'Gaukroger) to talk about soggy underwear, bus drivers and women in comedy.

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Interview: Kerry Ellis

This week I managed to grab a Q and A with West End and Broadway Singer Kerry

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Interview with playwright Serena Haywood

Playwright and paediatrician Serena Haywood who is involved in four (four!) shows coming to the Camden Fringe this August caught up with Female Arts to talk about her show 'Goddess' by Tangerine Theatre, body image pressure, writers groups and how she fits it all in with the demands of being a parent.

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Interview: Circus Vogue

This week I managed to grab a quick Q&A with Hannah Greyson Gaito and Gaynor Godiva or Circus Vogue, an astonishing all Female contemporary circus from the Midlands.

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Interview with actor Lashana Lynch

Lashana Lynch is Rita alongside Lenny Henry in Willy Russell's 'Educating Rita' until 25 July at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester. "We live in a multicultural world, casting should always reflect that."

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Interview with actor and playwright Saikat Ahamed

Actor and playwright Saikat Ahamed appears in one man show STRICTLY BALTI at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Gilded Balloon 7-31 August. Female Arts first encountered Saikat when we reviewed 'The Tiger and the Moustache' on tour in Cardiff. Editor Wendy Thomson catches up with Saikat to find out more about 'Strictly Balti', autobiographical experiences, equality and what makes good theatre.

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Interview with Ellen Gallagher, Producer of Bad Bat Productions

This week I spoke to Ellen Gallagher from Bad Bat Productions (@BadBatUK) about their latest show 'King Chaos' which is on at The Tristan Bates Theatre 10-15th August as part of the Camden Fringe. Here we talk about the show, Sci-Fi and breaking stereotypes...

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