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Description

Feminism. Misogyny. Stereotypes. Three strangers discuss how experience has shaped their very different viewpoints in the #MeToo era. So who’s right? Well, it’s complicated... Will they listen to each other, or just smile and carry on?!

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  • Accessible entry: Up a large, wide staircase.
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 20+
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Stephanie Thomson 98 days ago

Fantastic show about feminism and harassment to both males and females. My partner and I are still discussing the points that were brought up throughout the show. I really wish this show was running for longer because it is so poignant for life today! Brilliant writing and fantastic acting well done to all involved.

Wolfgang 103 days ago

a play that makes you think about this important topic and the different opinions in society. at the beginning the characters appear very stereotypic but develop over time by telling three unique and touching stories, sadly covering very common incidents in society. I can definitely recommend it to all feminists and anti feminists ;)

Mark Reynolds 104 days ago

Important topic, dealt with well and with lovely humour too. If you'd like to see Feminist Fringe, this is it. At first I was worried that this was turning into a performance of a manifesto, but when the characters developed throughout the show my fears subsided and I was left watching a thoroughly entertaining and touching performance. The only thing that could improve this performance is a little more movement and perhaps a more nuanced take on the debate, but this show was genuinely interesting and I would recommend it.


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Broadway Baby (3/5 stars) 94 days ago

A clever, conversational creation which examines differing experiences and attitudes to feminism, misogyny and the patriarchal structures which limit women in society. The premise of the piece, by Thespian and Proud, is that Jane and Maggie have been sent by their employers on a mandatory ‘Sexual Harassment’ corporate course. Aimed...

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