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Recent articles

EGGS, VAULTS FESTIVAL - REVIEW

A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg, even though he knows that you are slightly cracked. Bernard Meltzer

Author's review: 
5

LADY JUNK THEATRE PRESENT 'BUTTER'

Based on the stories of real women, BUTTER takes a kaleidoscopic look at the moment in which so many awful and amazing things can occur for a woman. The moment of taking a bite…Vault Festival 2nd-6th March 2016

Author's review: 
0

Ash at The Space Arts Centre - Theatre Review

Originally called Thank You For Smoking (but changed to avoid confusion with the satirical film of the same name) Ash from Bric a Brac Theatre tackles the same subject, but from a very different angle.

Author's review: 
3

The National Theatre presents CLEANSED by Sarah Kane: Theatre Review

A morbidly fascinating play and painfully visceral production.

Author's review: 
4

Flying Solo at Birmingham Rep - Review

Manjeet Mann captures the erratic stream of consciousness of a runner attempting to outrun her past, in her moving semi-autobiographical show Flying Solo.

Author's review: 
4

Goddess Foundation Launch - Awarding women who have survived.

Goddess founder Andrea Smith wants to raise awareness about domestic violence and help women leave situations where they feel trapped or in danger.

Author's review: 
0

The Herbal Bed – Theatre Review

“Love changes us. Love’s alchemy! In that furnace everything changes. Hard stone shatters, iron goes soft and turns to liquid… and so do we… in love’s fire.”

In James Dacre’s revival of The Herbal Bed by Peter Whelan, the story of Shakespeare's daughter Susanna unfolds.

Author's review: 
4

Tickets now on sale for RED Women's Theatre Showcase

A new award for emerging female playwrights has its first showcase of finalist plays at the Greenwich Theatre on Sunday 6th March 2016. Celebrate International Women's Day with provocative political theatre co-produced by Female Arts.

Author's review: 
0

CAT LOUD'S BIG NIGHT IN, Canal Cafe Theatre - Review

Following a successful stint at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, Catriona MacLeod has reimbarked as her diva alter ego 'Cat Loud' on a UK tour for her cabaret show.

Author's review: 
4

RED AND THE DRAMATURGIES OF EXILE. RED's Curator Effie Samara in conversation with Susan Kelly

Susan Kelly spoke with RED's curator Effie Samara, at Glasgow University’s Theatre Department ahead of RED’s 6 March showcase at Greenwich Theatre, produced by Female Arts. RED is the inaugural award for Women's Political Theatre, co-founded with Greenwich Theatre and proudly produced by Wendy Thomson and Female Arts

Author's review: 
0

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