Theatre & the Arts

Find out about the latest theatre shows, exclusive interviews with performers and discover new art exhibitions and artists

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First UK photography exhibition captures Saturday Girls at work across Britain

JOB TODAY, the UK’s leading mobile hiring app, is championing young females in the British workforce, by announcing the UK’s first photography exhibition that captures ‘Saturday Girls’ on the job across Britain. Acclaimed British photographer, Lewis Khan, was commissioned to travel the nation to capture women aged 16 to 29 years old, and showcase 10...
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Inspirational Woman: Lina Johansson | Joint Artistic Director, Mimbre

My name is Lina Johansson, I’m Joint Artistic Director of Mimbre – a female led company using movement, high physicality and strong visual imagery to illuminate human connections and promote a positive image of women. I also work as choreographer and movement director with Royal Shakespeare Company, English National Opera, The Roundhouse, Royal Opera House...
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JOB TODAY is looking for inspiring young women to take part in their Saturday Girl exhibition

JOB TODAY, the UK’s number one mobile hiring app, is looking for ten inspiring young women to take part in their upcoming exhibition, ‘Saturday Girls’. The organisation is championing the female workforce of Britain by working with critically acclaimed British photographer, Lewis Khan, to showcase hard-working and inspirational young women that have embraced part-time and...
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These women have the happiest jobs on the planet

Article provided by Propose PR For most people, your wedding is a once in a lifetime event – a stressful, highly emotional, amazing day. But what is it like to work with brides, grooms and all things weddings everyday? Below, four women tell us why they have the happiest jobs on the planet – from...
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Lubaina Himid makes history as oldest and first black female to win Turner Prize

63-year old Lubaina Himid has made history as the oldest ever winner of the Turner Prize.  The Zanzibar-born artist was also the first black woman to pick up the art award for her work addressing the legacy of slavery. Preston-based Himid was praised by the judges for ‘”uncompromising tackling of issues including colonial history and...
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Discover Mama Marbles, an all-female production company

Mama Marbles is a production company and collective consisting of a group of boss mamas! Made up of a collection of passionate, intelligent and free women, our aim is to hold space for fun, creativity and innovative thinking. We host pop ups that cover all manner of experiences and hope to one day have a...
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London Hughes

London Hughes | The feminist Comedian, Presenter and Actress on changing the entertainment industry: “BAME stories are used to tick boxes and fill quotas”

Fast becoming a BAME icon, London Hughes, a socially conscious comedian, is one to watch in the entertainment industry. Taking a break from her ITV weekend morning show Scrambled, Hughes is now hard at work on London Hughes: Superstar, which she’s taking to Edinburgh next month. When London Hughes was growing up, she discovered that...
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Remembering Jane Austen 200 years on

Today marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen and across the globe people are remembering the famous author. Austen was born in Steventon, Hampshire on 16 December 1775. She was the seventh out of eight children. Austen is best known for her six major novels – Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma,...
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