That means every 12th working age woman you see on your way home is involved in the creative energy of London. 10% of London’s women*.
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If the UK were a meritocracy, so many more women would be in positions of influence and political power. Continue reading Women’s Equality party is 1 year old -….
Aged 24 – 50+, from all points on Greater London’s compass with at least 5 languages spoken and a list of skills and experience to make any cabinet blush, not to mention a whole panoply of brilliant women and men behind us, the Women’s Equality Party’s candidates for the London Assembly mean business. On Saturday 27th February, WE went on our first group canvas and … Continue reading Diversity – WE’ll give you a DIVERSECITY
So it really was a long week waiting for the results of the WE London Assembly selection process. I spent a lot of time checking social media. In that week, more productively, I also pitched two projects in my day job as a theatre maker, in Doncaster and Leeds, saw some blindingly good theatre as part of the London International Mime Festival at the Barbican, and … Continue reading WE’ve got a little London list
People go on and on (actually most people don’t)…. People in politics and people who work in media, go on and on about the lack of engagement in British politics. Like quite a few people I’ve met in theatre, they tend to blame the audience. Like many of the millions in this country who don’t show their political allegiances by attending rallies, or fundraisers, carrying … Continue reading I joined a political party and it didn’t hurt a bit