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Emma Bentley is currently developing her piece 'To She or not to She' for the Edinburgh Fringe. I caught up with her this week to find out a little more about the inspiration behind her work.
Arrows and Traps are proud to announce THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.
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Set up in 2013 by Ellen Gallagher and Stephen Jordan, comedy theatre group Ba
MUST SEE: Progress Theatre present Alan Bennett’s moving and funny series of monologues – Talking Heads
Written by up-and-coming playwright Effie Samara, director Abigail Pickard Price deftly explores the pressures for and against having a baby and its relationship to self-image and womanhood.
A brilliant, well told story, stitched together with songs, and skilfully played characterisations of Fishbeyn’s family and friends. Soho Theatre, 16th / 17th April 2015
Emily Holyoake, the author of Stasis has taken the subjects of regret, loneliness, the potential evolution of artificial intelligence and interwoven them deftly with the long-term effects of space travel.
A powerful story of London’s women during World War One.
Lizzie Bourne and Dani Moseley in Nice Jumper, Whoop ‘n’ Wail Represents… Desire.
It’s refreshing to see older women in interesting roles, but it shouldn’t be remarkable.
Ambitious and insightful, Pioneer looks forward within our own lifetime at one possible outcome for interplanetary transportation, while keeping one foot firmly planted here and now on Terra Firma.
David Mamet’s RACE is set to take Reading by storm - #RaceInReading At Reading Rep until the 18th April 2015
I’m a freelance actor at The London Dungeon, now.
I love my sister. She’s kind of like me, but better. She gets it, and she doesn’t judge, but she does tell me when I’m being a tool. About three months ago she made me go for a run. (cont...)
Abigail Pickard Price studied Drama at Exeter and trained at LAMDA.
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