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Mar 8 2022 | By More

F-Bomb celebrate International Women’s Day

F-Bomb Theatre, the Edinburgh and Glasgow-based women’s theatre company, is handing over its platform to six emerging writers for International Women’s Day, today, March 8.

The F-Bomb team, which debuted at the EdFringe of 2021 with AfterParty, has chosen six standout pieces from an open callout, exploring themes such as childlessness, domestic abuse and women’s safety.

The writers: Victoria Buse, Maddy Good, Catriona Johnston, Beth Mullen, Aimee Shields and Mirren Wilson.

Some were recorded as audio pieces, while others were filmed in Edinburgh and directed by Debi Pirie, the performer and director of EdFringe 2021’s Moonlight on Leith. The final poem by Maddy Good, was self-taped by several women of various ages and backgrounds across Scotland.

The chosen works are being shared to F-Bomb’s social media pages and website.

The six pieces are:

Our Di written by Cat Johnston, directed by Debi Pirie and performed and edited by Linzi Devers.
Click here to watch.

Me. written by Victoria Buse, performed by Kirsten Hutchison and edited by Linzi Devers.
Click here to watch.

What Do We Do Now? written by Mirren Wilson and performed and edited by Linzi Devers.
Click here to watch.

Something About Alice written by Beth Mullen, directed by Debi Pirie, performed by Kirsten Hutchison and edited by Linzi Devers.
Click here to watch.

Shit Man written by Aimee Shields, performed by Sally Cairns and edited by Linzi Devers.
Click here to watch.

We’re Equal Now, Right? written by Maddy Good. Performed by Nicola Alexander, Hazel Beattie, Sally Cairns, Linzi Devers, Kirsten Hutchison, Wendy Lap, Hannah Low and Tiana Milne-Wilson. Edited by Linzi Devers.
Click here to watch.


F-Bomb website, with links to all six films:
Facebook: @fbombtheatre
Twitter: @fbombtheatre
Instagram: @fbombtheatre


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