Interview: Sirine Saba for LGBT play WIFE

Performer: Sirine Saba in LBQ role of Suzannah Sirine Saba stars in the world premiere of Samuel Adamson’s Wife. The production runs at the Kiln Theatre, 30 May – 6 July. “I don’t believe that I’m nothing but a daughter and a wife and a mother. I’m a human being” It’s...

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Review: Hotter

a poignant and engaging dance and performance about identity and our bodies Brought to you by award-winning director Jessica Edwards (Sparks, Denim) and producer Ellie Keel, Hotter’s raw poignancy touches tender strings. Our bodies and how we feel about our age,...

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Review: Speaking Out and Fitting In

gender, stereotypes, privilege and authenticity with cabaret, poetry, hoops and Christmas dreams come true Alice d’Lumiere performs at Norwich Arts Centre on May 15th and at Norwich Pride on July 27th. You may be wondering if your should attend her show. Having had...

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Review: Purple Snowflakes and Titty Wanks

A Phenominal performance from a purple who has a great career ahead of her. Purple Snowflakes and Titty Wanks... I was intrigued just by the title. And as a purple myself (don't like the word lesbian, why not call yourself a purple instead?!) I didn't actually know...

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