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Bechdel Theatre Podcast

Welcome to the first ever Bechdel Theatre Podcast! Originally created as a Twitter campaign in 2015 by Beth Watson and now a 50-minute women-in-theatre audible feast! Bechdel Theatre is directly inspired by the famous Bechdel Test which looks at gender representation in film - only now british theatre is under the microscope.
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Aug 2, 2019



This episode is the first Bechdel Theatre podcast from Edinburgh Fringe 2019!

 

Follow us on instagram & twitter, and read our blog for constant updates of EdFringe shows to see. If you want to support our work at Edinburgh you can still do so via our GoFundMe, Ko-Fi, and Patreon pages.

 

Mika Johnson is a writer and performer from Nottingham. Their show Pink Lemonade is on at Assembly Roxy at 15:45 on odd dates. Help fund Mika's Top Surgery

 

Teddy Lamb is a playwright and theatre-maker from Warwickshire. Their show Since U Been Gone is on at Assembly Roxy at 15:45 on even dates.

 

Mika and Teddy’s shows are both being co-produced by The Queer House and HighTide Theatre. The Queer House is an agency and production company for LGBTQIA+ actors, performers and theatre-makers.

 

Teddy’s #FeministFave is writer/podcaster Bethany Rutter and her debut novel No Big Deal.

 

Mika’s #FemininstFave is the book Kings Queens and Inbetweens by Tanya Boteju.

 

Beth’s #FeministFave is Cerys Bradley’s podcast The Coming Out Tapes.

 

Pippa’s #FeministFave is the Channel 4 TV show Drag SOS.


ALL the recommendations featured on this episode can be found on our latest blog post: Shows to see at Edinburgh Fringe 2019.

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