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Gender Reversal in Bristol Old Vic's 'Sleeping Beauty'

Bringing the much loved fairy-tale bang up to date, roles are reversed as our male beauty is tricked into a deep sleep for 100 years, before being woken by a poor young girl with the heart of a lion. 27 Nov 2015– 17 Jan 2016

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Interview with Justine Mitchell

Justine Mitchell is currently performing in the RSC’s production, Love for Love. She talks to Samantha Coughlan about the role of Angelica and how Congreve’s comedy is relevant today.

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What To Do When You Find A Dinosaur - Children's Theatre Review

An Oxford Playhouse Production. A thoughtful, lively, educational play that every primary school would be fortunate to have performed on their premises.

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'The Fabric of India' at the V&A Museum - Exhibition Review

I wholeheartedly recommend this exhibition to anyone interested in textiles, fashion, history of art or with an imagination. It will take your breath away.

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5

A Doll’s House – Theatre Review

New Dreams Theatre present Bryony Lavery’s version of Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’ at Baron's Court Theatre, London.

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REVIEW: Love for Love at RSC, Stratford

The RSC’s production, Love for Love is a playful performance of Congreve’s play. Written at a time when women had few rights and little influence, there are strong and complex female characters in this play.

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Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age - Exhibition Review

How did the Russians manage to achieve a spectacular series of early space achievements? This included being the first country to put a woman called Valentina Tereshkova into space in June 1963, aboard Vostok 6. Exhibition at The Science Museum, London until 13 March 2016

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5

Love in the Time of Gilmore Girls

16th-22nd Nov at the Kings Head Theatre, as part of the new writing festival, #Festival45 - special ticket offer for Female Arts readers!

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DRY LAND, Jermyn Street Theatre - Review

"Punch me." So begins Ruby Rae Spiegel's play Dry Land, about a female school swimming team in Florida.

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