Putting Words in Your Mouth by Scottee at the Roundhouse featuring Lasana Shabazz

Q&A with Scottee for Run Riot

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An interview about Putting Words in Your Mouth, a provocative new theatre piece at the Roundhouse dealing with diversity within the LGBTQ scene.

Amy Lamé photographed by Chris Redgrave at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern for Historic England's I Am London exhibition

Amy Lamé is London’s first Night Czar

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The Duckie co-founder and Royal Vauxhall Tavern campaigner will work with City Hall to shape London as a 24-hour city.

Meow Meow’s intensified spectacle

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The kamikaze chanteuse on orchestrated chaos at the Royal Festival Hall, Emma Rice’s departure from the Globe, and working with Barry Humphries

Q&A with Marisa Carnesky for Run Riot

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The maverick showwoman on the importance of underground education, art as activism and menstrual ritual for Christmas.

Q&A with Bourgeois & Maurice for Run Riot

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Is humanity worth saving? The musical satirists think it’s worth a punt

Image by Adrian Kinloch

Four ways to resist the coming dystopia

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For a generation, two sets of values will struggle to control our society. We all need to do our bit if we want Openness to win.

The Prime of Ms David Hoyle post-show round-up

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A look back on the David Hoyle show I worked on at Chelsea Theatre, including pictures, ideas from the audience and press coverage.

The Prime of Ms David Hoyle at Chelsea Theatre, September 14 2016, with David Hoyle, Simone Simone (Thom Shaw) and Prefect Ben (Ben Walters)

Why David Hoyle is the best teacher you never had

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A cabaret show I helped create, The Prime of Ms David Hoyle, explores alternative, utopian sources of education

Edinburgh 2016: end-of-Fringe round-up

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A mammoth report on what I saw and wrote at this year’s festival.

Babies on stage at the Fringe

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Several Edinburgh shows this year feature infants and children. No kidding.