THEATRE REVIEW: Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

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“Whatever affects individuals in capitalism affects women, and whatever affects women affects queer women” BY ERIN MANIATOPOULOU. IMAGES BLUE STOCKING EFFIGY. Blue Stocking Effigy, a new theatre company lead by two, queer women, bring their production of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. to The Space, London, this weekend, until 2 February 2020 (grab your tickets!) [….]

The High Table: An exploration of queerness, Black womanhood and tradition

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“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a play with a British-Nigerian queer woman at the centre of the story” BY ERIN MANIATOPOULOU Tara is getting married to her girlfriend Leah, and they’re planning the perfect Nigerian wedding! However, one thing is missing – the blessing of Tara’s family. For this, Tara is prepared to search [….]

THEATRE: The Girl With Glitter In Her Eye comes to Bunker Theatre

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Meet OPIA Collective – a platform for female queer artists whose stories need and deserve to be told BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS Masha Kevinovna set up OPIA Collective in 2017 and since then it has developed into a wide network of artists and friends who collaborate on projects in London. They are a company of female/LGBTQI [….]

Eight shows you can’t miss at VAULT Festival 2020 💫

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VAULT is back for 2020, with the best of LGBTQI performance BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS, IMAGE BY TOM SHANNON The fastest growing arts festival in the UK, VAULT Festival, is back for another run. 2020 is the biggest ever edition across eight packed weeks with more than 500 shows now on sale! VAULT’s bold and innovative [….]

THEATRE: Stop Kiss comes as a harsh reminder of the issues faced by the LGBTQI community

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“What could two nice, pretty girls possibly be doing at four in the morning on a park bench in New York?”  BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS, IMAGE VIA PBG STUDIOS Originally written by Diana Son back in 1998, Stop Kiss explores many issues and themes that are just as prevalent as ever for the LGBTQI community as [….]

THEATRE: Award-winning play Stop Kiss comes to Above The Stag Theatre

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Diana Son’s lez/bi play is back with a female-fronted creative team BY ABOVE THE STAG THEATRE. IMAGES PBGstudios  Above The Stag, The UK’s only dedicated LGBTQI theatre, recently announced long-term collaborator and regular Above The Stag director, Andrew Beckett, has been appointed as Artistic Director.  Especially wonderful for us is that, Andrew’s first piece of [….]