Arabella Weir, star of Scottish sitcom ‘Two Doors Down’, debuted her one-woman show ‘Does My Mum Loom Big in This?’ at Assembly George Square, Studio 2. The show follows her […]Read more
Marketed as ‘the bisexual Bridget Jones’, Sadie Clark’s honest and witty show about being a hopeless romantic in the modern dating world is whip-smart and thoroughly entertaining, with important messages about finding one’s purpose and self-worth in the process.Read more
Spoken-word poetry has meant that an art form once defined only by Keats and Wordsworth has brought itself into the genre of performance, with important social justice issues often taking the forefront of subject matter. Cat Hepburn proves herself to be no different, and provides a strikingly honest, relatable, and funny hour of poetry and performance.Read more
An incredible tale of overcoming intense sickness and still having a sense of humour about it, ‘Madame Ovary’ is a triumphant, hilarious, and victoriously touching show, led by the very talented Rosa Hesmondhalgh.Read more
A one woman show performed by the very talented Madeleine Gray. The play focuses on Alicia and her struggles to pursue a professional acting career.Read more
Padded bras in Primark for seven-year olds.
The V&A telling a woman to cover up her breasts while feeding her baby.Read more