Calm Down Dear

Review: Give Me Your Skin (Work-In-Progress)

“Calm Down Dear: Camden People's Theatre's annual festival of feminism return

Author's review: 
4

hoo:ha, Camden People's Theatre - Review

hoo:ha, a performance art show that manifests a dissonance between funniness and sexiness with the female comic body to challenge heteronormative and patriarchal strands of humour theory.

Author's review: 
4

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.

Author's review: 
0

DOWRY, Camden People's Theatre - Review

In her latest piece Dowry, Stephanie Black explores through ritual and live performance the transition of a woman who is the material and sensual property of the groom to a person outside the confines of 'status', totally free. Part of the 'Calm Down Dear' festival of feminism at Camden People's Theatre, 2015

Author's review: 
4

The Oil and the Shard, Camden People's Theatre - Review

If money were no option, if you had an aversion to the 9 to 5 existence, would you remotely consider working for an organisation like Greenpeace to raise global awareness on environmental issues? Part of the 'Calm Down Dear' festival of feminism at Camden People's Theatre, 2015

Author's review: 
4

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