Women

Valiant: Lanna Joffrey and Allie Renzetti - Interview

Lanna Joffrey created Valiant from the book of verbatim interviews Valiant Women in War and Exile by Sally Hayton-Keeva. Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015 the show will be part of JW3’s celebration of International Women’s Day in North London.

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Interview: Vivian Ezugha

Vivian Ezugha is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Norwich.

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Interview: Women Redressed

Women Redressed is two-night theatre festival showcasing pieces of writing - both new and old - that focus on stories about women and challenge perceptions and expectations of gender. It has been produced by Charlotte Couture and Jenny Wilford, who are Sheer Height Productions. This week I caught up with them.

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Interview: Katy Dye

Katy Dye's show 'Baby Face' is on as part of the 'Calm Down Dear' festival, at Camden People's Theatre on the 7th October. Her show explores the infantilisation of women in our culture.

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Key Change - Edfringe review

Open Clasp worked within HMP YOI Low Newton to help the women devise their own play to speak to men in prison – which was then scripted by Catrina McHugh and directed by Laura Lindow. The result is an extraordinarily powerful piece of work that manages to feel raw at the same time as highly polished. Edfringe 2015

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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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4

V&A announces Julia Margaret Cameron exhibition on her bicentenary

To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879), one of the most important and innovative photographers of the 19th century, the V&A will showcase more than 100 of her photographs from the Museum’s collection. 28 November 2015 – 21 February 2016

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Arcola Theatre presents NOW THIS IS NOT THE END by Rose Lewenstein: Theatre Review

A beautifully rendered, heartfelt play about home, family and remembrance.

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Imogen Hudson-Clayton's LAVA LAMPS @ RADA, June 24th

Lava Lamps is light, sexy, witty, poetic, playful, angry and dark - rather like its subject.

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THE LEGACY by Angela Clarke opens at Hope Theatre tonight

THE LEGACY is an exciting new play about love, money and bleeding-heart liberals.

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