Author Archives: 17Percent

About 17Percent

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

Multi-sensory, accessible Christmas in Bath

Based on the Russian Fairy Tale, The Snow Maiden, Bath-based Butterfly Psyche’s new and original show is a multi-sensory, interactive family-friendly production that explores love and what it means to be a family. Suitable for all ages, Butterfly Psyche promises to bring … Continue reading

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Review: wish I was… by Laura Wyatt O’Keefe at Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre

At times during certain pieces of theatre or live art there are notable moments where a word or sound seems to reverberate, not only within the walls of the auditorium, but simultaneously through the interiors of  body and mind. In … Continue reading

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Preview: My Mind is Free by Sam Hall

Dates for My Mind is Free – Sam Hall’s new play. Continue reading

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Review: Orchid by Michelle Payne and Daniel Len, at Moors Bar in Crouch End

Review of Orchid at Moors Bar, Crouch End. Continue reading

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Review: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot at Underbelly Cowgate

The ‘White Belly’, at Underbelly Cowgate, looks as though it was made to be a military air base, with a pleated roof that curves over the long and narrow space, it is an ideal setting for Rebecca Crookshank’s tale of … Continue reading

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Review: Where Do Little Birds Go? by Camilla Whitehill

Co-produced by Duckdown Theatre and Heavy Weather Theatre, Camilla Whitehill’s debut full-length play has already garnered some attention this year, winning the People’s Choice Award at Vault Festival 2015, and is now selling out to audiences at Edinburgh’s Underbelly. It … Continue reading

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Review: Tea Set by Gina Moxley at Pleasance Courtyard

A harrowing 50-minute monologue, ‘Tea Set’ explores loneliness and neglect at the edge of a new millennium, performed with incredible intensity by Amy Molloy. Sat at a small table in front of us, desperately trying to piece back together a broken … Continue reading

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Review: Ladylogue 2015 presented by The Thelmas

Ladylogue! is the second show of monologues written and performed by women, (with a mainly female production team,) presented by The Thelmas, as part of this year’s Camden Fringe Festival. The Thelmas are a company founded in 2014 to make … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Preview #2: Joanna’s top Edinburgh picks

Joanna Lally previews her top Edinburgh picks. Continue reading

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Review: Zero Down by Sarah Hehir

Review of Zero Down by Sarah Hehir. On at Theatre503 till Saturday 15 August. Continue reading

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