Arts

'Baby Face' by Katy Dye @ Camden People's Theatre

A new performance by emerging theatre artist, Katy Dye.

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Elf Lyons: Where have all the old men gone and why aren't they still gods?

"Often I look across the shelves in my local comic-book shop or browse Netflix and its choice of superhero films, and I notice the same pattern emerging..."

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Jennie Eggleton: ‘I was struck by a strong sense of otherworldliness’

Only Forever is the second new play from Tangled Thread, showing at the Hope Theatre in September. Co-Artistic Director, Jennie Eggleton, tell us more…

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V&A commission Havana-based artist collective Los Carpinteros for Europe 1600-1815 galleries installation, opening December 2015

The V&A has commissioned the artist collective Los Carpinteros to create a contemporary installation for the Museum’s new Europe 1600-1815 galleries, opening to the public in December 2015.

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A new version of CinderElla, for ages 5+, premieres at The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham this August!

CinderElla

A fun, exciting and modern retelling of the classic fairytale in which a girl's ultimate dream doesn't necessarily need to be to marry some Prince!

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Nadia Cavelle: 'Breaking free from the way we’ve been conditioned to perceive women won’t happen quickly'

Franco-Swiss writer Nadia Cavelle’s debut play, Bruises, plays at the Tabard Theatre, London, from 11th to 29th August 2015. Bruises is an exploration of female friendship, sexuality and identity, set against the backdrop of sex work. Here, Nadia Cavelle discusses her experience of putting sex work on the page and the responsibility she feels to write honestly and compassionately about the subject.

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Bush Theatre presents THE INVISIBLE by Rebecca Lenkiewicz: Theatre Review

The Invisible is simply about our human right to justice and what happens when this is denied.

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RADA Festival presents LAVA LAMPS by Imogen Hudson-Clayton: Theatre Review

An unapologetically brazen exploration of womanhood and all her enemies.

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Annegret Märten: "Born as free as any man"

At the Rose Playhouse on London’s Bankside, an English translation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s 18th Century German classic, Iphigenia in Tauris, can be seen (and heard) for the first time in a staged setting. The story is based on an ancient Greek myth but when it comes to gender issues, the piece could not be more current. The play’s dramaturge, Annegret Märten, on the power of the female voice:

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Hampstead Theatre presents LUNA GALE by Rebecca Gilman: Theatre Review

A thought-provoking, issue-driven play concerning seasonal parenthood.

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