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INTERVIEW | Tania Azevedo Talks Championing Female Voices on Stage in The Toyboy Diaries

The Hope Mill Theatre are championing new musical theatre with their upcoming production of the Toyboy Diaries, a sharp and witty musical comedy based on Wendsy Sailisbury’s bestselling memoir. The world premiere production is directed by Tania Azevedo who isn’t shy to new musicals; “My experience up to date has been in new musical theatre,…

REVIEW | Two Man Show | Rash Dash Theatre

Rash Dash Theatre bring their production Two Man Show straight from the Edinburgh Fringe, directly to HOME for their Orbit Festival. It is an eccentric, bold and thought-provoking performance that challenges the ideas around gender stereotyping. Embarking to expose the issues with patriarchy, the two women and faces of Rash Dash Theatre Abbi Greenland and Helen Goalen, play two…

REVIEW | Who Is Tahirih? | Edinburgh Fringe

“It is time for recognition of the true equality of men and women.” The story of Persian poetess, first feminist and suffrage martyr is brought to life in Delia Olam’s captivating one woman show. It is a bold and unique performance that uses music, poetry and distinct characterisation to differentiate between the different people whose lives…