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THE POWER PLAYS RELEASE EXTENDED

NOW AVAILABLE TO PERFORM RIGHTS FREE UNTIL 31st DEC 2018.

As the world rocks with fierce debate around gender politics we have brought together a group of the UK's most dynamic voices to explore the theme of power from the female perspective. Niellah Arboine (Gal Dem), Sharon Clark (Bruntwood Prize Judges Award), Vivienne Franzmann (Mogadishu, Pests, Bodies), Cordelia Lynn (Lela & Co), Suhaiymah Manzoor Khan (Roundhouse Poetry Slam Finalist) (Sabrina Mahfouz (A Little Bit of Luck), Atiha Sen Gupta (What Fatima Did, Counting Stars)   

 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PLAYS

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Theatre Uncut back at the Traverse Edinburgh Festival 2018

We're back in our early morning slot at the Traverse Theatre for two days only - 6th and 13th August. We will be presenting a section of our Power Plays, written by some of the UK"s most dynamic female voices, followed by discussions with a selection of provocative and passionate women from across the festival. Tickets are very limited and selling fast so book now! 

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Theatre Uncut Political Playwriting Award 2018

presented in partnership with the Young Vic (London), the Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh) and the Sherman Theatre (Cardiff). Click here for more info

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From left to right Kwame Kwei-Armah, Emma Callander, Hannah Price, Orla O'Loughlin, Rachel O'Riordan. Image by The Other Richard.

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NEW PARTICIPANTS

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“Theatre Uncut isn’t just a performance, it’s an idea: that theatre can be immediately responsive to world events, engender discussion and effect change.”
—  Lyn Gardner, the Guardian