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Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

British writer Alice Birch tears apart the language, structures and ideas that keep feminism and women trapped inside a patriarchal system.

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Company: House of Sand
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Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

Date: 14 Apr 2018

In Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. British writer Alice Birch tears apart the language, structures and ideas that keep feminism and women trapped inside a patriarchal system, and presents a rallying cry for a new feminism; to work outside the system and re-redefine the way we think about womanhood.

Directed by Charles Sanders, this House of Sand production features Violette Ayad, Anna Cheney, Enya Daly, Eliza Sanders, Richard Hilliar and Moreblessing Maturure.

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