Find out what critics had to say about Clean Break’s production of Inside Bitch, looking at the representation of women in prison…
Inside Bitch is a messy but enjoyable counter-balance to the usual women-in-prison scenarios. Roll on Clean Break.
Inside Bitch, a new show about representations of women’s prisons in the media, is quite good fun, but a bit pointless.
The Royal Court Theatre has announced its new season of work, running from February to August 2019, features the premiere of writer Jack Thorne’s new play the end of history… directed by John Tiffany.
What you do get from the trilogy day though is a huge sense of occasion, and the undeniable truth of the significance of what has been achieved here. Unabashedly all-female productions of Shakespeare, shaking up a (male dominated) establishment that still can’t quite let these things happen without a range of think-pieces.
A slightly odd one this, the Donmar’s all-female adaptation of The Tempest opened at the King’s Cross Theatre in late September, but from what I can tell won’t be officially reviewed until 22nd November.