Mouthpiece, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Reconciling feminism with the more mundane aspects of modern life is hard. What if all you can afford to buy is Primark but you know the clothes are made in sweatshops by women and girls? What if you don’t want to be one of those people who worries about their weight, but you want to be healthy? What do you say in the eulogy for your mum who held traditional values and ideas about womanhood? 

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(I Could Go on Singing) Over the Rainbow, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

When I was little, around three or four years old, I went through a phase where I watched The Wizard of Oz everyday. I adored everything about that film. I wanted to grow up to be that brave, stubborn girl who loves animals, with a group of devoted friends making sure she was always safe whilst embarking on her next wonderful adventure in a foreign land.

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