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Recent articles

Russian Dolls by Kate Lock

Winner of the 2015 Adrian Pagan award for playwriting, Kate Lock’s wise and witty new drama celebrates cross-generational relationships and lays bare the extraordinary virtue of self-determination. King’s Head Theatre, London 5th – 23rd April 2016

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Cowley Manor Arts Awards returns for fifth year in partnership with the Royal College of Art

Cowley Manor, the contemporary country house hotel from A Curious Group of Hotels, will present a young British artist with the fifth Cowley Manor Arts Award on Thursday 21 April 2016.

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Borderlines Film Festival: Speed Sisters

Immense fun, smashing stereotypes about gender in the Middle East.

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4

The Tempest - Globe Theatre Review

Dromgoole’s production certainly had moments of clarity, hilarity and poignancy but overall, the depth of characters and the idea that they may never return home were left to the imagination. It lacked the visual sparkle one might expect in a play about magic and the supernatural.

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3

On The Line - Theatre Review

A friendly welcome is in store for all attending ‘On The Line’, I was greeted by Babs who had stepped straight out of the 80s to hand me a bingo card on arrival.

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Effie Samara, Female Arts & Greenwich Theatre present RED WOMEN’S THEATRE AWARDS: Round-Up

Four intrepid new plays by fearless female playwrights.

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Ivy Davies gig: Wonderations - The Canvas Cafe

How can the real me be free/
When I don't know what it means to be me?

Ivy Davies: Song lyric

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4

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.

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4

Borderlines Film Festival: Fidelio, Alice's Journey

Placing a female protagonist firmly into a male world, Fidelio, Alice's Journey explores the emotional pressures of working in solitary conditions for months on end. 

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3

Consequences/The Book, Space Arts Centre - Review

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

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4

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