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26 May 2023
Where have all our women gone? By Elizabeth Huskisson
Writer and actor, Elizabeth Huskisson, delivers a raw and powerful piece on violence, against women. Her energy leaves you in awe, broken and amazed.
13 May 2023
Summer camp for broken people by Emily Beecher
A dark comedy around a single mother believes she is 'fine' despite being the victim of a sexual assault until an unexpected email pushes her into a mental health crisis.
2 May 2023
The creator of Clementine, interview with Rosalie Minnitt
Clementine is a woman searching for love. Is love at parties? Is love in another universe? Is it possible to take an Uber car to reach these other universes? Why is Clementine single in every iteration?!
27 April 2023
Romance through the decades: Emily Murdoch on historical romances
“I would have loved to be around during the days of knights, chivalry, and courting. Without the leprosy and with toothpaste, please!”
27 April 2023
TOSKA the story of three sisters
45 minutes is given to the viewer to understand the years of suffering and pain the three sisters have faced. And the aftermath of them ending the abuse that they suffered in silence.
21 March 2023
Heathers The Musical
Does this even need a summary? It's Heathers, the iconic song and dance about a girl entering a new explosive chapter of life. Burning romance and a hunting popularity greet our main girl, Veronica Sawyer, trying to survive school.
20 March 2023
Sobriety on the Rocks Review
Performed by one woman at VAULT Festival, the different characters give us insight into their thoughts about the accident caused by one man’s drunk driving. It shows the cascading effect it has on the other characters.
18 March 2023
Helen Review - Mars chocolate or planet
Based on an actual but little-known story of Britain's first astronaut, Helen is a fictional play. Helen Sharman, a chemist from Sheffield, responded to an advertisement advertising astronauts with no experience necessary back in 1989.
16 March 2023
Just Be Normal Review - A sister's bond
Sisterly love, warm and big. It isn’t fragile no matter how many fights, anger and words are thrown out at one another. It isn’t fragile as portrayed in Just be normal.
8 March 2023
Activist Patsy Stevenson talks violence against women and the importance of equity
“You know, I really envision it. A world where a woman can walk down the street at night, with earphones in, not worry and not looking back.” Patsy Stevenson
5 March 2023
Clementine - Chaos, catastrophe, calamity!
Chaos glided in wearing a blue dress and sunglasses.
Rosalie Minnitt's musical comedy Clementine is a "Gen z ode to women." The plot revolves around Lady Clementine who lives in the past and her relationship mishaps. Is she not destined for love?
3 March 2023
BA Fashion Students hold the runway hostage!
Art walked the runway in heels and trainers with cameras and lights flashing around. White light sparkled as colours from blue, green, red to yellow walked and posed.
28 February 2023
The hauntingly beautiful Sunny Side Up at Theatre Peckham
Grief and loss follow behind Little D, played by David Alade, who steps into different stages of his life in 'Sunny Side Up,' a play based on a true story.
26 February 2023
LALI and the playhouse Review
LALI is the debut play from British-Iranian playwright, Shadi Hamta. A vivid performance as we watch Lali who is forced to confront grief and reflect on her madness. Madness! She decided to live in a stranger's playhouse! Madness!
24 February 2023
It’s Motherf**ing Pleasure calls you out! Ableist!
It’s MotherF***ing Pleasure, a performance made to poke fun at ableist guilt and monetisation of disabilities. It also awkwardly calls you out that you may actually have ‘able anxiety.’
20 February 2023
Whitechapel Gallery and their work with young creatives
Whitechapel gallery mixes young people with artists to explore the creative sector in depth.
6 February 2023
The arts organisations securing the future of today's youth
There are concerns that cuts to the arts sector may see fewer young people pursuing creative careers. Many organisations are working to open the arts to young people so they can explore their options – one of those organisations is Arts Emergency.
30 November 2022
The benefits of art therapy
Doodle, doodle...what would I do without a pen-scratching nonsense art in my books?
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