Lineups for 11 and 12 March events

11 March – Why?
The discussion will focus upon why so few plays by women appear on UK stages…

6.30pm – doors open

7pm – Panel discussion (speakers subject to change)
Clare Bayley (playwright)
Sarah Davies (playwright and educator)
Sam Hall (founder, 17percent)
Barbara Norden (Course director, MA Plays and Scripts, City University)
Olusola Oyeleye (writer, educator and director)

7.45pm – Speed networking

8pm – Plays
Sue Blundell – Another stab at life
Carolyn Csonka – Pinching squirrels biscuits
Ava Cummings – The love story of Fred and Buttercup
Joanna Pinto – The girl who collected stories
Marianne Powell – Khao San Road

Friday 12 March – What next?
The discussion will focus around positive steps to get more plays produced by women.

6.30pm – doors open

7pm – Panel discussion (speakers subject to change)
Emma Adams (playwright)
Sam Hall (founder, 17percent)
Sue Parrish (artistic director, Sphinx Theatre Company)
Lucy Pitman-Wallace (director)

7.45pm – Speed networking

8pm – Plays
Sarah Davies – The road to enlightenment via  Maidstone
Maggie Drury – Do the right thing
Kerry Hood – Magic thing
Gill Kirk – The king was in his counting house
Joanna Norland – Lydia Bennett returns

The venue is The Red Hedgehog 255-257 Archway Road, Highgate, N6 5BS.
Nearest tube: Highgate.
Streetmap map.

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About 17Percent

A campaign to get more plays by women playwrights onto UK stages.
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