Monday 07 March 2011
International Women’s Day
Theme: Walk in a woman’s shoes.
Special Guests, all female line-up:
Born in London to a runaway teenager, Rosie Garland has always been a cuckoo in the nest.
Rosie has an eclectic writing and performance history, ranging from singing in Goth band The March Violets, through touring with the Subversive Stitch exhibition in the 90s, to twisted cabaret chanteuse Rosie Lugosi the Vampire Queen, incomparable compere and electrifying poet.
Fox is internationally known as a photographer of the dead, most notably for her inclusion in the channel 4 series ‘Vile Bodies’. Her new series are all about the sexual body. Fox writes regularly for Paraphilia Magazine & Books and has been published in the American journals by Antique Children.
Jackie Hagan is an award winning performance poet, playwright and stand up comedian. She won the Poetry Kit award for ‘best emerging artist’ in 2005 and had her first play ‘Help’ staged at Contact Theatre (Manchester) in 2006. She has been published in and edited numerous anthologies and magazines and has had 2 books published: ‘Shut your eyes and open your hand’ (Citizen32, 2006) and ‘The Wisdom of the Jumble Sale’ (Flapjack press, 2009).