Festival

CLICKBAIT, Theatre503 - Review

"I'd like to start by saying thay I identify as feminist. For the record, for you all, for posterity, for women: I am a feminist."
Nicola Barker, Clickbait.

Author's review: 
4

AFTER THE BLUE, Jermyn Street Theatre - Review

Written by Natalie Stan, After The Blue is very much a labour of love for Eloise Oliver, who produces and stars in the production. With Matilda Velevitch co-producing the play and Nichole Bird also on stage, After The Blue is very much a female-led production.

Author's review: 
4

January Listings 2016

The following productions in January 2016 are on the whole either written by, and / or directed by women or gender equal productions.

Author's review: 
0

The Weir at The Lyceum, Edinburgh - Theatre Review

The Weir directed by Amanda Gaughan is performed as part of the Lyceum’s the 50th anniversary and it is delivered with flair and all the dolefulness and dejectedness of the isolated soul.

Author's review: 
4

Interview: Florence Keith-Roach

Florence Keith-Roach (left)

Florence Keith-Roach chats to us about her latest play EGGS which she wrote and is also starring in at the VAULT Festival from 24th February to 6th March 2016. 

'this idea that there is only a limited space for women at the top, and that we all have to look and behave a certain way to get there,  is a dangerous myth and should be dispelled.' - Florence Keith-Roach

Author's review: 
0

Going South - Cabaret Review

All female Going South cabaret at Crowthorne, attended by two Female Arts reviewers - the review includes both of our opinions.

Author's review: 
0

THE LONG ROAD SOUTH, King's Head Theatre - Review

The incidents in Ferguson, Missouri in recent years have shown that some things haven't changed in the States much since the Civil Rights Movement 50+ years ago.

Author's review: 
5

The Lighthouse, Space Arts Centre - Review

Starting its 2016 season with The Lighthouse, The Space Arts Centre’s inaugural play of the year has something for everyone. Written by Rachel Claye and directed by Danielle McIlven.

Author's review: 
4

Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern - Theatre Review

Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern takes place in Herfordshire in 1712 – decades after the last ‘witchhunt fever’ plagued the nation. Its Bechdel credentials are never in doubt, as the women spend most of the time talking to each other about themselves and their experiences.

Author's review: 
4

Dóttir, Courtyard Theatre – Review

While the proportion of female to male characters in Shakespeare’s plays arguably reflects the numbers written by his peers, most of the Bard’s women are singularly distinctive, often the most memorable characters of their respective plays.

Author's review: 
4

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