Gender Equality

Book Review - All Change Please: A Practical Guide to Achieving Gender Equality in Theatre by Lucy Kerbel

Lucy Kerbel's enthusiastic and encouraging guide to achieving Gender Equality in theatre.

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Nick Hern Books is to publish 'All Change Please', an empowering guide to achieving gender equality in theatre by Lucy Kerbel

Eye-opening, empowering and inspiring, All Change Please is a book for anyone who loves theatre.

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Tonic Theatre presents TONIC CELEBRATES: Round-Up

“Hold your own creativity as precious” – Paule Constable, 2016

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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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Interview: Tangled Thread Theatre

Tangled Theatre have a strong and clear ethos with regards to employing graduates and paying everyone a fair wage for their work, as well as Pip and Jennie, the Artistic Directors, being keen to bring as many women in to their work as possible to address the gender imbalance across Britain's Stages. This week I spoke to Jennie about their upcoming show 'Only Forever' on at The Hope Theatre this September.

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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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Interview with the choreographer of 'Pole', Lyndal Marwick

Pole is on at the Underbelly, Cowgate, at midnight, from the 6th to the 30th of August at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. While exploring pole dancing in all of its lights and shades, this piece aims to promote and acknowledge pole dancing as an art form and as a valid and acceptable medium for theatre. Lyndal Marwick the choreographer tells us more...

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Permanently Visible Productions present HULA HOUSE

Permanently Visible Productions are turning a flat into a Brothel for the Edinburgh Fringe. A site-specific show in association with ZOO Venues, 11th to 23rd August 2015

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Red Scarf Theatre present 'Ride' by Jane Bodie

RIDE is a refreshing exploration of modern relationships and what it is to achieve intimacy in a swipe-click generation, sans instagram filter. Camden Fringe, Club Theatre at RADA Studios, selected dates 19 - 25th Aug 2015

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