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Mind Your Head Theatre : 'SCRIBBLE: Gender' - review

Mind Your Head Theatre's debut production was called 'SCRIBBLE: Gender', composed of a mixture of short plays and sketches. Together, they ask some difficult questions (with a few laughs thrown in) about issues of gender and the assumptions people have about it.

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THE TWELFTH WINDSOR FRINGE KENNETH BRANAGH AWARD FOR NEW DRAMA WRITING

Amateur playwrights are invited to submit unpublished one-act plays for the 12th Windsor Fringe Kenneth Branagh Drama Writing Award. Submission deadline March 5th 2015

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The National Theatre presents 3 WINTERS by Tena Stivicic: Theatre Review

Stivicic brings two rare things to the British stage: Croatian history and a majority female cast.

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4

January Listings 2015

Female Arts selection of shows and events in January 2015 that focus on women.

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INTIMATELY with emerging playwright Sevan K. Greene

Sevan K Greene - short listed for the Papatango Playwrights' Award, 2014 Princess Grace Award Semi-Finalist, 2014 Saroyan Social Justice/Human Rights Playwriting Award Finalist 2014 Saroyan Armenian Commendation Playwriting Award Finalist and 2011 Public Theater Emerging Writers Group. I caught up with him on New Year’s Day and here is what he intimated to me about being and being perceived as the Other.

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The Collective Project - Theatre Review

Produced by The Pensive Federation, Camden People's Theatre

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3

The Nutcracker and the Mouse King – Theatre Review

Unicorn Theatre, London - Although the story itself centres on clichéd notions of beauty and ugliness, the magical optimism of childhood really shines through in this production.

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4

Interview with Ruthie Collins - Creative Director of Cambridge Art Salon

Ruthie Collins is the Founder and Creative Director of Cambridge Art Salon. She talks to Female Arts about 'Women Of Influence' a programme of support for young women across Cambridge led by Romsey Mill and Cambridge Art Salon. Using contemporary art and creative media, the project celebrates female role models in the community and helps young women engage on equality issues who might not normally do so.

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Footfall Theatre presents LEAR’S DAUGHTERS: Theatre Review

Footfall Theatre takes all-female Shakespeare a refreshing step further.

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3

'Small Stories: At Home in a Dolls' House' - exhibition review

'Small Stories: At Home in a Dolls' House' at the V&A Museum of Childhood runs from 13th December 2014 until 6th September 2015 and is free to enter.

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