Listen again: 28 June 2016

UH 2434 x 3600 pxRosie speaks to playwright Leigh Douglas about her contemporary coming-of-age fairytale Waking Beauty, which takes a fresh look through a feminist, queer lens at some traditional stories. It’s playing at Ovalhouse from 13 to 15 July.

Film maker Aaron Brookner discusses his film Uncle Howard ahead of a screening at the East End Film Festival, which ran from 23 June to 3 July.

Poet Helen Oakleigh performs live and talks about her piece Why We Need Pride, which she is also turning into a short film.

For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but here’s what we played on the live show:

1) Ezra Furman: Body Was Made from the album Perpetual Motion People
2) O’Hooley & Tidow: Shadows from the album Shadows
3) Cyndi Lauper: Misty Blue from the album Detour
4) Annie Keating: Trick Star from the album Trick Star
5) Sarah Walk: Keep on Dreaming from the album

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