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Bridget Christie Discusses ‘Funny Feminism’ And FGM With The Observer | Interviews

  Bridget Christie, winner of the 2013 Edinburgh Comedy Award is interviewed by Alex Clark of The Observer as they talk about the success of her latest show: An Ungrateful Woman, which has already sold out. They also discuss her previous work Bic for Her. The highlighted context of the interview is the subject concerning complex natures of an audience,[…]

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Watch This Hilarious ‘Twin Peaks’ Sketch By Leigh Lahav And Oren Mendez | Comedy

  Earlier this year, it was announced that David Lynch’s cult murder mystery Twin Peaks will return to our screens. 25 years later, the cast will reunite but will we ever find out what became of agent Cooper after that night of madness, and has he and Audrey become each-others true love? Anyway, Leigh Lahav and Oren Mendez have created[…]

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‘Bend It Like Beckham’ To Be Turned Into Musical | Arts

  The film Bend It Like Beckham which dealt with gender roles in mainstream sport such as football, is about to hit the stage in musical form. It’s also worth remembering that the film was the breakthrough role for actors Parminder Nagra and Kiera Knightly. The film itself was set around east London, a very well integrated and multicultural part[…]

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‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ At Duchess Theatre Extended Until September 2015 | Events

  Wit-full, delightful, manic, and rightly hilarious, The Play That Goes Wrong is based all around a murder mystery and it’s up to foolish slapstick to solve it. The Play That Goes Wrong from the Mischief Theatre Company has seen success all over the UK and the show is up for an extended run on London’s West End until September[…]

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‘Away With Words’ At Union Mash Up, Hull – Thursday, November 20 | Events

  2017’s city of culture brings you its way with words, its colloquial lyrical context is sure to prick up your ears and steel your mind for one night at least. With a variation of poets delivering their metaphors, their downfalls and triumphs and cheeky adventures, all to be discovered at Away With Words on Thursday, November 20, with special[…]

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