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Lemon House Theatre (aka Jen and Samia) have landed with a splash - and are about to debut their first full-length productions at The Bunker in South London. Harpy caught up with the smart, savvy pair to talk about theatre, politics and why woman are ALWAYS funniest when they’re in the home. Catch Willow and Different Sand on the 8th, 9th, 15th and 16th September.
Written by Justina Carmen Aina, ‘Taken to Church’ is a poetic retelling of a spiritual revelation happening in an unexpected space.
As we muddle through adulthood, we uproot for new cities, new jobs and ambitions. Inevitably our relationships change, but while some fade out quietly, leaving others to flourish in their place, there are still those which leave an ache of absence.
The Femmeniste exhibition will tackle female experiences and issues such as sexual harassment, women's mental health, cat-calling, girl hate and much more, by bringing together spoken word artists, female rappers and dancers, as well as art and photography... Whether you’re an artist, a writer, or just want to spread the word, your input is what will power the revolution!
Clare Fisher’s debut novel All the Good Things has been making quite an impression since its publication by Viking earlier this year. Gerard Woodward, in his review for The Guardian, calls the book “sparky and unsettling”, and praises the clarity of voice in protagonist Beth. For the Leeds writing scene, the novel’s success probably comes as no surprise.