Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World – Pleasance Courtyard

https://youtu.be/Q7jkOk-2NZ8 Based on Book by Kate Pankhurst Adapted by Chris Bush and Miranda Cooper Music by Miranda Cooper and Jennifer Decilveo Directed by Amy Hodge ★★★★★ “Well-behaved women rarely make history.” Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World is a fresh, new musical based on the award-winning picture book of the same title written by Kate … Continue reading Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World – Pleasance Courtyard

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Red Ellen – Royal Lyceum Theatre

Written by Caroline Bird Directed by Wils Wilson ★★★ The eve of Local Council Elections in the UK seems a rather fitting time for the opening of Caroline Bird’s semi-biography of revolutionary activist and parliamentary political shaker-upper Ellen Wilkinson at the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh. And though Red Ellen, Labour MP who staunchly opposed the party's luke-warm indifference … Continue reading Red Ellen – Royal Lyceum Theatre

Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/0TBhchRZMwo Adapted by Chris Bush Lyrics by Chris Bush and Miranda Cooper Music by Miranda Cooper and Jennifer DeCilveo Directed by Amy Hodge ★★★★ Anne Frank, Joan of Arc, Malala Yousafzai, Emeline Pankhurst, Rosa Parks, and Miss Piggy: Women you have heard of who have changed the world. Martha Gellhorn, Alexandra David-Néel, Bobby Gibb, Amani … Continue reading Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World – King’s Theatre

AfterParty – Space Triplex

Written by Rachel O’Regan Directed by Hannah McEachern ★★★★ When all is said and done there’s only one constant throughout life – chaos. Whether it’s in childhood, adulthood, or at its sharpest just after leaving school, and one final hurrah is on the cards for these five young women before they take their conformed place … Continue reading AfterParty – Space Triplex

Comets – Review

https://youtu.be/TqNaurZL6Xg Directed by Tamar Shavgulidze Georgia / 2019 / 71 mins ★★★ What could have been, what might have been and all of the things we’ll never know; reflection and regrets are the final killers in life, looking back at the way we squandered moments and now come to realise their significance – perhaps no … Continue reading Comets – Review