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Organisation and the Creative Mind: Put it on a list

In 2015 I attended Paradise Road Project, a day workshop run by Jacqui Lofthouse and Clare Barry. The workshop was intended as a chance for creatives to unplug from technology and cyberspace, refocus our minds, and allow inspiration available in our real, urban environment to inspire us. 286 more words

Death By Suicide? Or the Husband Did It? You decide.

On a bitterly cold Thursday, 120 years ago today, a woman was found on her bed at 7 Jews Walk, Sydenham, dressed in a thin white summer dress, and turned bright blue from prussic acid poisoning. 808 more words

Suzan-Lori Parks: Pioneer Extraordinaire

Suzan-Lori Parks is an incredible established, and upcoming, writer in the field. Her works have premiered on Broadway and Off, and never cease to amaze and impact the audience in daring ways. 254 more words

Women’s Spaces Radio Show with guest Michelle Gervais on rallying for children's safety and Carole L. Ellis, Joan Gatley,Don Gibbels on the stage producion Talking With by Jane Martin, broadcast via KBBF-FM 89.1 on 2/26/18, has been uploaded to the web archives.

Women’s Spaces Radio Show with guest Michelle Gervais on rallying for children’s safety and Carole L. Ellis, Joan Gatley,Don Gibbels on the stage producion Talking With by Jane Martin, broadcast via KBBF-FM 89.1 on 2/26/18, has been uploaded to the web archives. 845 more words

Women's Spaces

Women in Druid's 2017 King of the Castle

Dublin Theatre Festival closed with a performance of Eugene McCabe’s King of the Castle. It was the first time that this play had been brought to the stage in over thirty years. 1,353 more words

Theatre And Cinema

Creating a Buzz (Without a Slice of Cake in Sight)

That’s what you’re supposed to do, in 2018, isn’t it — ‘create a buzz’? You have to do strategic marketing, teaser social media posts, somehow slip your production under people’s noses in a way they don’t realise they’re being marketed to. 893 more words