Articles by Shoshana Davidson

The-Singing-Stones-1Spring singing

Although a fan of progressive production company Mama Quilla, Shoshana Davidson is disappointed by a fairly superficial account of women in the Arab Spring from The Singing Stones

Shoshana Davidson // 16 February 2015

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

private-view_2014PRIVATF_ACK_1More reviews from EdFringe

We finish our theatre reviews from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014 with a handful more on plays about body image, poverty and sex work

Shoshana Davidson // 27 August 2014

Categories: Uncategorized

nomorepage3marilynThree against Page 3

Shoshana Davidson praises Fluff Production and its collection of short plays challenging Page 3

Shoshana Davidson // 3 March 2014

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

mistress-contract-69Mystified by The Mistress Contract

Although a self-proclaimed feminist play, The Mistress Contract is reductive and driven by stereotypes, finds Shoshana Davidson

Shoshana Davidson // 14 February 2014

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

Good vibrations

Shoshana Davidson enjoys a fun, engaging and thoughtful look at 19th century sexuality at In the Next Room

Shoshana Davidson // 11 December 2013

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

A female Pope

Pope Joan tells a medieval story of rising through the Catholic Church's ranks by presenting as a man. Shoshana Davidson struggles to find depth in this play and is confused by the characterisation

Shoshana Davidson // 17 September 2013

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

In-the-ShedsBlood and guts and liberty

A play about women working in a meat market enchants Shoshana Davidson, who finds the message compelling and the story-telling excellent

Shoshana Davidson // 16 May 2013

Categories: Reviews, Television

Suzanne-Lacy_Silver-Action_04No interaction at Silver Action

Although Shoshana Davidson looked forward to participating in Silver Action, an artwork involving the discussions of older feminists, she was disappointed by unexpected restrictions and lack of engagement

Shoshana Davidson // 6 February 2013

Categories: Art, Reviews

Focusing on women

A new photography exhibition attempts to highlight the roles of women and society's messages to them. Shoshana Davidson finds Dorothy Bohm's work is sadly spot on

Shoshana Davidson // 11 December 2012

Categories: Art, Reviews

TSOHP-2A hard issue with a soft premise

The Soft of Her Palm promises to confront our expectations of domestic violence, but Shoshana Davidson finds it falls back on damaging and unhelpful stereotypes

Shoshana Davidson // 16 October 2012

Categories: Reviews, Theatre


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