TheatreBloggers have been very fortunate to have been invited to review the productions at the Women and War Festival which is taking place throughout the month of July at the So and So Arts Club at 6 Frederick’s Place, in London.
The programme is varied with performances from a wide variety of production companies, however all the the productions have one thing in common. The festival aims to document, explore and give voice to the experiences of women from across the centuries and the world before during and after war.
Using a variety of disciplines there is something in the festival that will appeal to and educate everyone, so run down and buy yourself a ticket before the end of July. Alternatively if you are a member of TheatreBloggers (details about joining here) we can arrange for you to see one or more productions in the festival in return for writing about it, (email firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to find out more.
Sooooo – out of the productions we are reviewing, what did our Bloggers think? Here is a rundown
|Production||What did our Bloggers think?|
|The Masks of Aphra Behn||Shy Strange Manic|
|Munojat||Pursued by Bears|
|War Babies||A view from the balcony|
|By My Strength||Daniel Perks|
|Nepenthe||A view from the Balcony|