Feminism

Interview: Melissa Bubnic

Boys Will Be Boys by Melissa Bubnic comes to Bush Hall at the end of this mon

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Interview: Melanie Wilson

Fuel Theatre and Melanie Wilson are currently collaborating to create Opera for the Unknown Women; a contemporary opera openly addressing issues of climate change and feminism.

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Interview: Rebecca Manson Jones

The Women’s Equality Party (WEP) will be standing in the London Elections tomorrow. Since forming last year, their party now has a membership of more than 47,000. FemaleArts spoke to Rebecca Manson Jones, who will be standing for WEP in the General London Assembly (GLA) in the elections.

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Review: The Assembly Women

The Assembly Women
Vaults Festival (Until 7th Feb)

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4

Interview: Vivian Ezugha

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

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The Royal Court presents PLAQUES AND TANGLES by Nicola Wilson: Theatre Review

A brutally honest play about the terrifying reality of memory loss.

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4

In the Heights - Musical Review

The energy level is sensational and consistent throughout, I found myself on the edge of my seat, grinning as I got whipped up in to the whirlwind of Washington Heights. Kings Cross Theatre, London.

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5

Dazzling Debuts at Henley Literary Festival

Rachael Ball, Emma Hooper & Vaseem Khan in conversation with Joe Haddow: three novelists came together to talk about their debut publications at Henley Literary Festival. Music, feminism, Canada, art, breast cancer, graphic novels, India and baby elephants.

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Caroline Lucas 'Honourable Friends?...' at Henley Literary Festival

It was a full house for Caroline Lucas’s talk. She has written and published ‘Honourable Friends? Parliament and the Fight for Change’ which records some of her experiences over the past five years as a Green party M.P. at Westminster.

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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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