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  • Two actors, Caitlin Beresford-Ord and Andrew Hale, stand behind music stands, a microphone between them. In the background are paintings, they are in the Orangery art gallery. They appear to be mid-performance. Gender bender is timely
    Reviews

    Gender bender is timely

    19 April 2021

    Lit Live’s production of Dan Rebellato’s new radio play You & Me feels timely, even if the script leaves some questions unanswered, writes Kim Kirkman.

    Reading time • 4 minutesTheatre
  • A woman stands at a podim, her arms posed as if asking a question. She has short dark curly hair and wears bright pink earrings and a bright pink top under a black sleeveless jacket. Stories that mustn’t remain untold
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    Stories that mustn’t remain untold

    20 January 2021

    The righteous anger of earlier productions of The Vagina Monologues has strengthened and deepened, Jan Hallam finds, and the themes of women’s oppression and fear are still disappointingly relevant.

    Reading time • 4 minutesFringe World Festival
  • Sarah Mcneill A blonde woman in a red scoop necked t-shirt is holding open a book and laughing. Behind her is a bookcase, loaded with books. The return of the Vagina Monologues
    The Fringe Sessions

    The return of the Vagina Monologues

    13 January 2021

    The Vagina Monologues debuted in 1996 but in the #MeToo era, this collection of stories – based on over 200 interviews with women from around the world – feels more relevant than ever, says Sarah McNeill. She’s the producer of the 2021 Fringe World version of the work, which celebrates sexuality, genitalia, body image and, of course, the vagina.

    Reading time • 5 minutesFringe World Festival
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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

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