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Interview with poet Jay Walker

I was recently lucky to see Jay Walker perform at L-Fest, I'm fairly new to the poetry scene, but was grabbed by her work, it's sexy, sensual - the way she twists and plays with language is different to any other poetry I've so far seen. She's now up in Edinburgh, but took some time out to answer a few questions for Female Arts.

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MAGICAL AND MYTHICAL STORYTELLING

Performance writer and storyteller Xanthe Gresham Knight brings two shows to Edfringe Morgana Le Fey 20th – 31st August and Paradise Bride 19th – 30th August

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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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'Jane Austen’s Forgotten Stories' at the Edinburgh Free Festival 2015

Ever wondered what Jane Austen wrote before Mr Darcy? Charlotte Productions present 'Jane Austen’s Forgotten Stories' at the Edinburgh Free Festival from the 21st-30th August.

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Interview: Katie Cooper (Aka Mrs McMoon)

Katie Cooper will be spending the summer in Edinburgh, playing the role of Mrs McMoon in her one woman show for children. She's already had great success in the UK, if you are up at the Fringe with little ones - be sure to add this to your list. This week I caught up with her to ask a few questions about her work.

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Interview with writer Caitlin Ince

Caitlin Ince's new play 'Broken Windows' will premiere at The Edinburgh Fringe this summer. Based on verbatim interviews with teenagers from across the UK and set to song, Broken Windows is an exploration into what it means to be young and female today.

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