Category Archives: female led theatre company

Edinburgh Roundup

If you’re off to Edinburgh this month, why not catch a few plays/shows by female writers, including My Mind is Free by 17Percent’s Sam Hall. Here’s a short roundup of a few that have been brought to our attention. (Other … Continue reading

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Edinburgh previews at the Bread and Roses

The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham is entering its second year and launching a special Early Summer and Edinburgh Fringe Preview Season this June to early August. The season begins with a series of one-week-runs: Weird Sisters Theatre Company presents Airswimming … Continue reading

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Weird Sisters present Airswimming

Weird Sisters was founded in 2014 in Guildford by three experienced female practitioners: Tanya Chainey, Stephanie Goodfellow and Alison Nicol, with the aim of producing work that takes risks, asks difficult questions, and provides strong and interesting roles for women. … Continue reading

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Miss Julie is the debut production from The Bread and Roses Theatre Company

Review of Miss Julie, by August Strindberg, adapted by Tessa Hart. Now playing at The Bread and Roses Theatre, Clapham. Continue reading

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