Tagged in FEMINISM

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 26-27 October 2013

Things To Do In London This Weekend: 26-27 October 2013

Family arts, animation, puppets, feminism, FOGWOFT & early Halloween.
Free & Cheap London Events: 10-16 March 2014

Free & Cheap London Events: 10-16 March 2014

Things to do for £5 or less.
Feminism in the Classroom: A New Proposal for UK Schools

Feminism in the Classroom: A New Proposal for UK Schools

Suffragette Reviewed From A Female And Male Perspective

Suffragette Reviewed From A Female And Male Perspective

Double review of award-baiting London-set drama.
Slutwalk London Attracts Over 5,000 Marchers

Slutwalk London Attracts Over 5,000 Marchers

Sutwalk London: A 5000-strong crowd marched against sexism and sexual assault on Saturday
Get Closer To The Photography Of Christina Broom

Get Closer To The Photography Of Christina Broom

2 for 1 ticket offer!
Festivals Of Feminism: Speakers And On Stage

Festivals Of Feminism: Speakers And On Stage

Comedy, theatre, talks, puppets.
Art Review: Sanja Ivekovic @ South London Gallery & Calvert 22

Art Review: Sanja Ivekovic @ South London Gallery & Calvert 22

Powerful works that explore the role of women in society.
Provocative Art By Ana Mendieta At Hayward Gallery

Provocative Art By Ana Mendieta At Hayward Gallery

Art reflecting the roles of women in society.
We Know We Want This: Blurred Lines At The Shed

We Know We Want This: Blurred Lines At The Shed

A searing exploration of gender inequality.
Preview: UnderWire Film Festival

Preview: UnderWire Film Festival

Celebrating raw female film-making talent.
Salome: A Feminist Interpretation

Salome: A Feminist Interpretation

Outdated female ideals or a modern muse?
Theatre Review: The Sluts of Sutton Drive @ Finborough Theatre

Theatre Review: The Sluts of Sutton Drive @ Finborough Theatre

Desperate Housewives on acid (or Windolene)
Debate Football, Feminism And Housing With Guardian Writers

Debate Football, Feminism And Housing With Guardian Writers

Five talks linked with National Theatre productions.
Theatre Review: The Man Who Pays the Piper @ Orange Tree Theatre

Theatre Review: The Man Who Pays the Piper @ Orange Tree Theatre

A play just as funny and relevant as it was 80 years ago.
Playboy Casino Coming To Town?

Playboy Casino Coming To Town?

New Cross Lapdances Into Mafia Territory

New Cross Lapdances Into Mafia Territory

Review: Between the Covers @ The Women's Library

Review: Between the Covers @ The Women's Library

Feminist Fightback, This Weekend

Feminist Fightback, This Weekend

F.ist - This week in feminist London

F.ist - This week in feminist London

The Book Grocer

The Book Grocer

Preview: European Feminist Summit

Preview: European Feminist Summit

Theatre Review: A Doll’s House @ Theatre Delicatessen

Theatre Review: A Doll’s House @ Theatre Delicatessen

A Doll’s House, first staged in 1879, is typically hailed as the first truly feminist play. Sophie Reynolds’ adaptation is absolutely captivating but ladies, take care in the bar.
Team Nice Gets Political

Team Nice Gets Political

Sunday Cinema Summary!

Sunday Cinema Summary!

TV Troll: These Are A Few Of Our Favourite Natural And Man-Made Disasters

TV Troll: These Are A Few Of Our Favourite Natural And Man-Made Disasters