2017 Women and War Festival 4th-30th July 2017 – Streatham Hill Theatre, London

In light of recent events, women around the world should reach out to each other and find an inner strength in that solidarity. One day that strength will guide us to finding a peaceful solution to the threat the world currently faces ... through education. Where better to find like-minded women than to support the month-long multi-disciplinary 2017 Women and War Festival which examines the impact of war on women. Now in its second year the Women and War: EXODUS will focus on displacement and refugeeism and will celebrate the lives of exceptional women throughout the years through theatre, music, dance, art, film, performance, poetry, craft, cuisine and comedy.

Fascinating Aida – Solo Tour Dates 2016

Whilst The Dame has been stoically recovering from illness, both Dillie and Liza have been going it alone on the road to stem our withdrawal symptoms. Dillie is performing her first solo tour in 557 years.  Such a remarkable feat.  Her show includes brand new tunes as well as her hilariously funny back catalogue that keeps me... Continue Reading →

Queens of Cabaret – Fascinating Aïda – A Completely Unbiased Review

I am counting the days until Fascinating Aïda return to The Opera House, Jersey on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th September 2014. I have seen them perform many times over the 30 years they have been on the road. I have all their CDs, DVD’s and have just bought a copy of the paperback Fascinating... Continue Reading →

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