Amie Taylor

The Salon:Collective's The Tempest

I expect you’re aware of the uproar surrounding the board’s decision at the G

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Interview: Jean Rogers

Jean Rogers is currently the sole female candidate standing for Equity Presid

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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: Thomas Ryalls

Soon to graduate from Mountview's MA writing musicals course, Thomas Ryalls has been working on a reimagined version of Macbeth, in which the title characters becomes Beth, who lives at The Dunsinane, an underloved gay bar in Scarborough.

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Interview: Phoebe Eclair-Powell

Phoebe Eclair-Powell's play Fury was shortlisted for the Verity Bargate Award and was the winner of the Soho Theatre Young Writer’s Award. It comes to the Soho Theatre this July and is described as 'a chilling and powerful modern Medea about motherhood and class, taking an unapologetic look at the single young mum, the one already judged before she’s even opened her mouth.'

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Rebellious Acts - meet our writers: Amie Taylor

Meet the writers behind Female Arts 'Rebellious Acts' production this Saturday 14th May at South Street Arts Centre. Introducing Amie Taylor, the writer of 'The Secret Life of Jennie Harte'.

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Female Arts present Rebellious Acts

Female Arts in association with South Street Arts Centre present ‘Rebellious Acts’ an evening of incendiary new writing on Saturday 14th May at South Street Arts Centre in Reading as part of Female Arts magazine 5th birthday celebrations. Complimented by free workshops in review writing and short-play wrighting. Funded by Reading Borough Council as part of Reading Year of Culture 2016.

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'The Conscious Uncoupling' Rosie Wilby - Comedy Review

Ricocheting from hilarious to heart wrenching, 'The Conscious Uncoupling' takes a frank look at the ups and downs of relationships and the moving-on process following a break-up.

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Interview: Yolanda Mercy

I met Yolanda Mercy a couple of years ago at Rich Mix, just as she was beginning the development of her show 'On the Edge of Me'. Read on to find out more about her work and this show, which explores what it is to be a young person graduating today.

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Interview: Ann Akin

This week Female Arts' Amie Taylor managed to catch Ann Akin, the director of Young Harts Theatre Company; a vibrant company that promotes drama and education for young people within the community.

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