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Vamps, Vixens and Feminists 2010

Sphinx Theatre Company would like to thank all the speakers and contributors who helped to make the conference on 28th October 2010 such a success.

 

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If you were at the conference please send us your feedback and thoughts on info@sphinxtheatre.co.uk

 

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 For a transcript of the event click HERE

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In the meantime, click   here for one blogger's report on the conference and here for an article in The Stage on the conference.

If you would like to purchase a hard copy of Sphinx's report on their 2009 conference, "Vamps, Vixens and Feminists: The Elephant in the Room" please send Sphinx an A4 stamped addressed envelope and a cheque for £2.

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Conference Speakers:

 

Beatrix Campbell OBE, Women's Commissioner, writer and broadcaster.

Bidisha, journalist, commentator and novelist.

Susannah Clapp, theatre critic and journalist.

Glen Walfrod, theatre director.

Guy Hibbert, screenwriter.

Jean Rogers, Vice President of Equity and Actress.

Geoff Colman, Head of Acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

Kate Kinninmont, Director of Women in Film and TV.

Sarah Maple, Artist and Activist.

Sarah Rushton-Read, Founder and Director of Women in Stage Entertainment.

Birds Eye View celebrates and supports international women film-makers.

International Women's Day is on 8th March and programmes a series of events to inspire and celebrate women.

 

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TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

TO BOOK YOUR TICKETS PLEASE CLICK HERE

OR YOU CAN BOOK THROUGH THE YOUNG VIC BOX OFFICE ON 020 7922 2922

 

If you have access requirements or require a signer

please contact info@sphinxtheatre.co.uk

Please note that children under 12 years old will not be admitted.

 

WFTV EVENT: FREE FOR SPHINX CONFERENCE AUDIENCE MEMBERS

Women in Film and Television are delighted to host a unique networking event for writers, directors, and actors, which will also launch a new book, The Woman in the Story: Writing Memorable Female Characters (pictured below), by screenwriter and author Helen Jacey.

To claim your free ticket just click here and use the password 'screenwriting'. Tickets are selling out so book fast!

 

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In the meantime, the press are continuing to cover the situation. Please click  HERE to read Rachel Shields' article in The Independent about female playwrights.

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