While still reflecting on International Women’s Day 2019 I am delighted to be able to share the first part of my interview with the generous and inspiring playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcolm. We talked at length about her play Emilia, which has just had its first preview at the Vaudeville Theatre.
“It’s not enough to want the visibility, you have to know it’s going bring real change” As the second Black Women in Theatre event, taking place on March 6, draws closer, Ovalhouse’s Executive Producer Stella Kanu tells us what inspired the event celebrating the contribution of black women to British theatre and why we should come hungry for food as well as knowledge and inspiration.
In the run up to International Women’s Day on 8 March, Ovalhouse is staging the second #CONNECT Black Women in Theatre event on Wednesday 6 March, to celebrate the contribution of black women to British theatre.
Good Girl is so beautiful. It is honest and real. It is essential viewing for every woman in the world, but also every man. It gives an understanding of the human condition when it comes to emotions and discovery. The show is relatable whether you’re a man or a woman.
Theatre creatives top Festival Theatre speakers:
Theatre makers and creatives top the speakers at three free events being held at the Festival Theatre to mark International Women’s Day, Tuesday 8 March 2016.