Constance and Eva - Bread and Roses theatre

A new play at The Bread & Roses about two revolutionary women, forgotten by history, who battled imperialism, fought for women's rights, and sought to redefine gender and sexuality.

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goo:ga, Camden People's Theatre - Review

Isn't she lovely
Isn't she wonderful
Isn't she precious
Less than one minute old
I never thought through love we'd be
Making one as lovely as she
But isn't she lovely made from love

Stevie Wonder, Isn't She Lovely (song about his newborn daughter).

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The Taming of the Shrew, Arts Theatre Review

Interesting to see the men being tamed and the women doing the taming, but didn’t quite hit the mark.

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Does our 'progressive' theatre industry only pay lip service to forward thinking?

A recent article in the Guardian listed all the upcoming shows at Edinburgh that ‘celebrate trans life’ but many of the shows listed aren’t about trans issues, or performed by trans people, they are about dressing for another gender, or they are about sexuality. Emma Frankland’s latest piece 'Rituals for Change' is about trans issues and I spoke with her after a preview showing at South Street Arts Centre in Reading.

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MAN TO MAN by Manfred Karge - Edfringe Review

A Wales Millennium Centre production. Man to Man is unmistakably a play about working life, about Capitalism and the remnants of Communism, about war and about gender. Edfringe 2015

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