What is it? Edgy late-night adult cabaret circus.
Fun light entertainment, particularly if your musical memories date back this far.
Lyrical, physical, and very funny examination of the way in which our society still demands binary gender labels.
Hints at an alternative world history in which the nation state is something many people fled over millennia, not a "civilising" influence.
A production whose ambition is to be applauded, and enjoyed.
Remember how the war was supposed to revolutionize women's rights in Afghanistan?
This left me with a strong desire to learn more about my local corvids.
Academic papers covering the work of Mary Astell, Margaret Cavendish, Aphra Behn, Katherine Philips and Eliza Haywood.
A solid primer of the economic dispossession of the past 30 years and an explanation of how it's been 'justified'.
The feminist must-read of the summer.