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Interview with singer songwriter Alysha Brilla

2015 Juno Nominee and U.K Songwriting Contest winner Alysha Brilla is a critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, producer and yoga instructor.
Female Arts’ Yvette caught up with Alysha to find out how it’s all been going.

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0

Joan Armatrading - gig review

Joan Armatrading's first solo tour. A special, intimate gig – just Joan, her guitar and piano on her last major world tour. Reviewed at the Oxford Playhouse

Author's review: 
5

Henry V: Lion of England, The Wheatsheaf - Review

Between the writing, the direction of Katie Merritt and the tour-de-force performance of Dillon-Reams, this is an extraordinary artistic collaboration, where to use the age-old adage: The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Author's review: 
5

SOME GIRL(S), New Wimbledon Studio - Review

Described by some in his early career as a misanthrope, Neil LaBute has earned himself a reputation as someone who stares into the abyss and brings to light the dark underbelly of the human condition. Some Girls is 'Lightning in a bottle'.

Author's review: 
5

Lonely Soldier Monologues, Cockpit Theatre - Review

Based on Helen Benedict’s verbatim transcripts of female soldiers serving in the US Armed Forces, The Lonely Soldier Monologues is an extraordinary piece of theatre.

Author's review: 
5

Art on the Street

The Open–Air Art Fair With A Big Difference. Saturday 13th June 2015 Maidenhead

Author's review: 
0

Rites - 'Why are women's bodies the property of everyone else?' - Review

Image - Sally Jubb

Based on interviews with people who have been affected by FGM (female genital mutilation) in the UK, Rites is informative and dynamic.
Bristol Mayfest/Tobacco Factory Theatre
Tues 19th - Sat 23rd May

Author's review: 
4

Sweet Charity - Musical Review

The singing in this production was top quality.
Sainsbury's Singers at The Hexagon, Reading

Author's review: 
0

When We Dead Awaken, The Space Arts Centre - Review

One of the last plays that Henrik Ibsen wrote, When We Dead Awaken - what makes this play are the actors’ performances, the emotional lynchpin is Ruby Thompson’s performance as Maia.

Author's review: 
4

The Play's The Thing Theatre Company presents Abigail’s Party - Theatre

Liam Tims as Tony and Dawn Murphy as Beverly. © Simon Raynor, 2015

It’s 1977 and Beverly is throwing a little party for her neighbours… The Play’s The Thing present Abigail’s Party.

Author's review: 
4

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