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Can't Stand Up For Falling Down, Theatre N16 - Review

Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down, which is currently running at Theatre N16 in Balham follows the lives of three South-Yorkshire women and their tales of Royce Boland, a man who has a profound and devastating effect on all of their lives.

Author's review: 
4

Consequences/The Book, Space Arts Centre - Review

There are no rewards or punishments, only consequences.
Attributed to various sources.

Author's review: 
4

SOUTHBANK CENTRE ANNOUNCES FIRST EVER CREATIVE INDUSTRIES AWARDS FOR WOMEN

Julia Peyton-Jones, Director, Serpentine Galleries and Paulette Randall, Theatre and Television Director and Playwright are honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award and Bryony Kimmings, Live Artist, Playwright and Director received a Bold Moves Award. The awards, which will be presented annually at Southbank Centre’s WOW- Women of the World festival, will recognise significant achievements made by women in the arts, tech, music, film, games, media, fashion and advertising.

Author's review: 
0

Boil, Hen and Chickens Theatre - Review

Family dramas have a way of getting under the skin and none more so than those that deal with funerals. Deep seated resentments 'magically' rise to the surface and if honest opinions are stifled before/during the funeral service, they certainly flow in proportion to the amount of alcohol consumed afterwards.

Author's review: 
4

BUTTER, Vaults Festival - Review

We don’t want to celebrate.
We don’t want to condemn.
We just want a conversation.

Lady Junk Theatre

Author's review: 
4

FEMALE ARTS launches Friend Scheme as a #PledgeForParity

This International Women's Day become a Friend of Female Arts and #pledgeforparity #femaleartsfriend

Author's review: 
0

Significant Other Plus One, Tristan Bates Theatre - Review

Celebrating the fifth anniversary of Significant Other, the annual gender-neutral new writing event, The Pensive Federation this month has added another twist to the proceedings. With the addition of a third person to each of the short plays, the possibilities have opened up considerably and in my opinion, the plays work even better than before.

Author's review: 
4

THE SOLID LIFE OF SUGAR WATER, NATIONAL THEATRE - Review

Sometimes what isn't said between couples can have more importance and weight than words. So it is with Alice and Phil in The Solid Life of Sugar Water, Graeae Theatre Company's latest production, which is currently running at the National's Temporary Theatre.

Author's review: 
5

Interview with Isabella Javor - RED Women's Theatre Awards finalist playwright

Isabella is an actor, writer, musician, and co-founder of emerging company Paper Cage Theatre. At the East 15 Acting School on the BA Acting & Contemporary Theatre course, ‘Dissonance’ will be her debut as a playwright in the inaugural RED Women's Theatre Awards showcase this Sunday 6th March at the Greenwich Theatre

Author's review: 
0

TRANSPORTS, Pleasance Theatre - Review

A female two-hander, Transports begins in 1973 with 49-year-old Lotte (Juliet Welch) meeting 15 year-old Dinah (Hannah Stephens) her foster child. Not the most forthcoming of people, Lotte finds her taciturn nature at best difficult to understand and at worst downright rude.

Author's review: 
4

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