The Last Bohemians Podcast

The Last Bohemians is an independent all female audio series that meets female firebrands, rebellious outsiders and controversial mavericks from significant eras in culture and the arts. From subversive musicians and rock’n’roll groupies to groundbreaking artists and game-changing style icons, these are women who have lived life on the edge and still refuse to playContinue reading “The Last Bohemians Podcast”

Girls To The Front

Girls To The Front is a celebration of women in music. Curated by artist Ana Hine, and taking place at Madigan’s Bookshop and Café on Castle Street in Dundee, the exhibition features photographs, screenprints, and paintings of women in music, all based on Ana’s own gig photography. Ana graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College ofContinue reading “Girls To The Front”

Suffragette City Immersive Experience

Being a suffragette was not for the faint-hearted. In the fight for freedom these women often had their own liberties curtailed; in the bid for equality, they were treated as anything but. The Suffragette City Immersive Experience, a participatory historical re-enactment piece currently being run by the National Trust seeks to tell the stories ofContinue reading “Suffragette City Immersive Experience”

How You Might Know Me – Sabrina Mahfouz

One of the brilliant things about words is how they shine a light on other people’s worlds. On the pages and in the ears exist lenses and windows, portals into a place we might never go. How You Might Know Me is a poetic exploration of four women’s lives, connected through their experience in differentContinue reading “How You Might Know Me – Sabrina Mahfouz”

A chat with Hollie McNish

A brief chat with spoken word artist, writer, poet, workshop facilitator and mum, Hollie McNish, ahead of her performance at Folkestone Quarterhouse for International Women’s Day. Why do you do what you do? Forced! No, but well, sort of. I’ve been writing poems all my days, love it. But it was just a hobby. IContinue reading “A chat with Hollie McNish”