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Persistent and Nasty is a script-reading, debate and art as activism initiative for women and gender minorities in the stage and screen industries. We are committed to an intersectional approach and aim to use the space we’ve created to provide a platform for the spectrum of marginalised voices in our culture. Through a series of script readings, live debates and a regular podcast series, we aim to amplify the unrepresented voices in theatre and film. Our goal is to create a project that is ...
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Today Elaine chats with playwright Maureen Lennon about her new show Dead Girls Rising, the importance of regional theatre, the power to art and artist have to ask the difficult questions and much more. Ticket details for Dead Girls Raising: https://www.silentuproarproductions.co.uk/coming-soonMaureen LennonMaureen is a Hull based writer, a graduat…
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Today Elaine and Louise chat with the inaugural interim CEO of CIISA the Creative Industries Independent Standards Authority about why they were set-up, how they will work, what their mission is and much more.https://ciisa.org.uk/ - topCIISAThe purpose of the Creative Industries Independent Standards Authority (CIISA) is to uphold and improve stand…
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Today Elaine chats with dancer, performer, choreographer Charlotte McLean about her career, the power of dance and the everything that surrounds menstrual health and the womb and Charlotte’s new work Futuristic Folktales. Which was co-created by an exciting multi-disciplinary creative team including Helen McIntosh, Nelly Kelly, Malin Lewis, Astro S…
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A surprise extra episode this week. Elaine chats with writer Claire S Duffy. We chat everything from screen writing, Old Hollywood, first dates and her book event on the 13th April 2024 at St Enoch Centre Glasgow for her series Shadow City. Where Claire will be joined by actress Kirsty Strain for a Q&A. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-author-…
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We’re back and it’s a special episode we have for you. It’s our first live podcast panel event. Which was in collaboration with Short Circuit. We are over the moon with this collab as it’s allowed us the bring you The Women In Film: Braking Barriers and Changing Narratives panel discussion with three incredible women. Nikki Parrott, Raisah Ahmed an…
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WE WILL BE BACK IN 2024 UNTIL THEN #STAYNASTYIn our last episode of the year. Elaine and Louise chat about the growth of Persistent and Nasty their individual achievements and what they’re looking forward to for 2024. HIPA GUIDES: HIPA GUIDES OUR WEBSITE - www.persistentandnasty.co.ukPersistent Pal & Nasty Hero - Pals and Hero MembershipSupport In …
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Today Elaine and Louise chat with the brilliant artist Jordy Joans. We chat Jordy’s path into the industry, music, drag, wring your own material, the struggle of autobiographical performance and so, so much more. Jory will be putting a callout out in January/February 2024 for their final Drag show in June of 2024 so please follow all of Jordy’s soc…
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Today Elaine and Louise chat with director and designer of UGLY! A Cinderella Story which is on now until the 30th December at Cumbernauld Theatre. The show it was written by Gary McNair with original songs by Brian James O’Sullivan. We chat being women in theatre, breaking out of the box you’ve been placed in. Dismantling the outdated gender norms…
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This week Elaine chats with artist Aqsa Arif about her work, her new project Anam Ki Almari at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the importance of intergenerational conversations and the need for true representation. Anam Ki Almari is showing at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum from November 2023-April 2024.https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/news/n…
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Spooky Season maybe officially over but not here at Persistent and Nasty. We still have amazing creepy stories for you so stay tuned. Our final spooky tales is here. W.I.T.C.H. written by Louise Oliver and performed by Misha McCullagh and Elaine Stirrat Louise Oliver Louise is an actor, writer and producer based in Glasgow. She has a Masters in The…
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Spooky Season maybe officially over but not here at Persistent and Nasty. We still have amazing creepy stories for you so stay tuned. Our next episode of the final 3 spooky tales is. Home Body written by Rowan Heggie and performed by Amelia Donkor. Rowan HeggieRowan (they/them) is an actor, writer, clown, and visual artist. They have collaborated w…
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Spooky Season maybe officially over but not here at Persistent and Nasty. We still have amazing creepy stories for you so stay tuned. Our next episode is the third of the final 3 spooky tales. The Inertia Years written by Ambrose Kelly and performed by Performed by Paula Nugent.Ambrose KellyAmbrose Kelly (she/her) is a 25-year old writer and multid…
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Today Elaine chats with artist Sarah Hopfinger about her up show Pain and I opening at The tramway on the 8th November then heading to Findhorn on the 11th November. Before a tour round Scotland in 2024. We chat chronic pain, capitalism, loving your body and much more. Ticket links and Audio & Graphic Score Link belowhttps://www.tramway.org/event/b…
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A surprise episode. Elaine chats with writer Apphia Campbell and performer Tinashe Warikandwa about Through The Mud which opens on the 2nd November at the Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh.We chat the premise of the show, working together, the Black Lives Matter Movement and much more. https://lyceum.org.uk/events/through-the-mud – dates-and-timesTHROUGH TH…
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It’s spooky season. We will be platforming the writers who submitted to our spooky season call-out. A mixture of scenes, monologues, and stories all with an element of the macabre about them. Our call-out was open to women, trans, and non-binary voices. Next up in our spooky season series is Caught written by Eleanor Capaldi and performed by Mish M…
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It’s spooky season. We will be platforming the writers who submitted to our spooky season call-out. A mixture of scenes, monologues, and stories all with an element of the macabre about them. Our call-out was open to women, trans, and non-binary voices. The second story from Siobhán Murphy is The Night Before performed by Emilie Patry. Siobhán Murp…
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It’s spooky season. We will be platforming the writers who submitted to our spooky season call-out. A mixture of scenes, monologues, and stories all with an element of the macabre about them. Our call-out was open to women, trans, and non-binary voices. We have our first of two stories from the same author.First up and third episode three of the sp…
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It’s spooky season. Over the next 10 days we will be platforming the writers who submitted to our spooky season call-out. A mixture of scenes, monologues, and stories all with an element of the macabre about them. Our call-out was open to women, trans and non-binary voices. Our first episode is Reunion written and performed by Torya Winters. Torya …
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Elaine and Louise chat with actor Holly Jack about her career and her first venture into filmmaking with her short film Safe Home which she wrote and directed. This film was a reaction to what happened to Sarah Everard and we do touch upon this a little. So a trigger warning for around the 20 minute mark of the episode. We also chat Holly’s work in…
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Elaine chats with co-directors Ellen Renton and Rachel Drazek of Stellar Quines production of Disciples in association with The Traverse Theatre. Elaine, Rahel and Ellen chat the creation of Disciples, their working process, the joy of a creative rehearsal space and of course we couldn’t avoid the conversation round the Scottish Government breaking…
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In the last of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe series of this year Elaine chats with writer/director Mwansa Phiri. This episode is slightly different as we discuss the experience of the festival, the highs, the lows and what the month has been like for Mwansa. We also chat future plans and next year’s show. It’s another brilliant episode with another…
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Elaine chats with the brilliant Holly and Brooke about their show Hooked: Mr Sister. On @Just the tonic at the Caves @1.05pm till 27th August. We chat soulmates, being women in comedy, moving from serious drama to comedy and much more. Another brilliant episode with brilliant humans. https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/hooked-mr-sisterhttps://www…
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Elaine and Louise chat with the creators of Slash Leah Hennessey and Emily Allan. Slash is on @ Summerhall until the 27th August @10.15pm. We chat the creating the show, finding that person you connect with both personal and creatively and all things Fanfiction. Louise is in her element. Another great episode with brilliant humans. https://tickets.…
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Elaine and Louise chat with Lula Mebrahtu or Lula.XYZ about her exciting new show OommoO which is on @Summerhall in the Red lecture Theatre @4.15pm until the 27th August 2023.We chat the creation of the show, telling stories with the beat of life, loss and so much more. It’s another wonderful episode with another wonderful guest. https://tickets.ed…
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Elaine chats with the co-writer and the two performers of Six Chich Flicks, Kerry Ipema & KK Apple on @Bristo Sq until the 28th August 2023 @8.25pm. We chat, movies, working in New York, survival jobs, the patriarchy and much, much more. Another brilliant episode with brilliant, funny humans. https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/six-chick-flicks-o…
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SPECIAL EPISODE. Today Elaine chats with not one but two creatives who both have shows on at the Edinburgh festival. First time we have had a collar like this and it was gorgeous. Elaine speaks with writer of Gunter - Lydia Higman on @Summerhall till the 27th August @9.10pm and creator of Growler - Dee Mulrooney also @Summerhall until 26th August @…
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Elaine chats with artistic director and performer Georgia Gegura of Yuck Circus in now till the 28th August @Assembly George Sq Gardens @4.20pm. We chat returning to the Edinburgh Festival, women in circus, creating her own circus company, passing your skills on t the next generation, the importance of community work, showing taboo subjects to open…
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Elaine and Louise chat with writer, comedian performer Sophie Zucker about her show Sophie Sucks Face which is on now until 28th August @Underbelly Bristo Sq @10.15pm. We chat the inspiration for the show, her writing jobs on The Daily show and Dickinson, making people laugh, enduring love and much more. Another brilliant episode with another brill…
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Elaine and Louise chat with writer/director Lucy Hayes about her new play Bitter Lemons on from now till 28th August @Pleasance Courtyard Beneath @2.20pm We also talk the themes of the play (brief mentions of abortion), to knowing what you want, moving from being an actor to a director, being bold, the disparity in pay in women’s football and much,…
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Elaine and Louise chat with actor/writer Peyvand Sadeghian about her show Dual دوگانه on from the 17th – 28th August @ Pleasance Dome @2.55pm. We chat about the inspiration for the show, Peyvand’s own life as a dual citizen of Britain and Iran, peoples preconceived ideas of Iran and dismantling them, the big training question and creating your own …
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Elaine and Louise chat with comedian, writer, performer Kelly McCaughan about her show Catholic Guilt on now until the 27th August @Underbelly, Bristo Sq @10.15pm We chat the inspiration for the show, fancying Jesus, being a “sexy clown” and much more. Another great episode with another great human. https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/kelly-mccau…
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Elaine and Louise chat with the wonderful Larisa Faber & Eugénie Pastor, the creator and co-performers of Stark Bollock Naked which is on now till the 28th August 2023 at Assembly Roxy (downstairs) @3.10pm. We talk the inspiration for the show, the biological clock and all that means, drama training – to train or not to train, the joy of finding pe…
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Elaine chats with writer/performer Eva Lily about her new show I’ve Got Some Things To Get Off My Chest on from now until the the 28th August at Gilded Balloon Teviot @1.40pm. We chat boobs, the inspiration for the show, being a theatre kid, medical misogyny, our love of the NHS, the joy of the festival and the power of making your own work. A grea…
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Elaine and Louise chat with the brilliant Cora Bissett about her show What Girls Are Made Of on at Assembly Rooms – Music Hall from 3rd to 27th August 2023. We chat the show, the music industry, carving your own path and so much more. A brilliant, inspiring episode with a brilliant, inspiring human. https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/what-girls-…
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Elaine and Louise chat with actor, writer, producer, filmmaker April Wish about her new show Wendy, My Darling on at the The Space @Surgeons Hall 4th -12th August 2023. We chat the creation of the show, Hollywood, being a mother in the industry, following your true self and much more. Get your tickets here:http://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/wendy…
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EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE 2023 SERIESElaine chats with performer Sian Clark about her new show Icon on at Summerhall from 2nd August till the 27th. We discuss the show, training, performance art, being a woman in stand-up, our mutual fear but love of horror, stage fright and our existential crisis.https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/iconhttps://w…
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EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE 2023 SERIESElaine chats with writer Ashlee Elizabeth Lolo her new show Blueprints which is on at Pleasance Courtyard from the 17th August till the 28th August. We talk about where we are and where we want be, respecting your elders, the importance of teaching your craft and the joy of black love and how we need more of it …
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EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE 2023 SERIESElaine chats with performer Sophie Craig about her new show I Love You Now What? on at Pleasance Courtyard from 2nd August till the 28th. We discuss the play it’s origins, grief, losing a parent, coming from a working-class background and being a woman in comedy. A packed episode. https://tickets.edfringe.com/wh…
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EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE 2023 SERIESElaine chats with performers Jess Brodie and Victoria Bianchi about There show Hel Yourself. We also discuss friendship, being a parent and navigating the festival and how we work together when we’re not in the same city. Help yourself is on at Help Yourself Have you ever felt like you didn't have the words? Hav…
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EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE 2023 SERIESElaine chats with playwright Ciara Elizabeth Smyth about her new show Lie Low which is on at the Traverse Theatre 3rd-27th August 2023 & Abbey Theatre 17th -29th July 2023. We discuss the play, changing focus from preforming to writing, the importance of Government support for the arts and much more.Tickets for …
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EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE 2023 SERIESTRIGGER WARNING: EPISODE HAS REFERENCES TO SEXUAL ASSAULT, POST NATAL PSYCHOSIS. Elaine and Louise chat with Emily Beecher about her Edinburgh Festival show Summer Camp for Broken People. The origins of the show in reaction to a SA that happened to Emily and her subsequent breakdown and stay at the priory. We ch…
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Elaine and Louise chat summer holidays, update on short film In the Room. Vote For ELAINE for Equity Women’s and Scottish Committee and Ed Fringe podcast and blog series. Oh, and there is talk of embracing the rage. OUR WEBSITE - www.persistentandnasty.co.uk for Newsletter and Edfringe form go to Get Involved tab. VOTE FOR ELAINE - https://www.equi…
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Elaine chats with Caitlin Skinner and Hannah Lavery about Quines Cast.We chat about how Quines Cast came to be, the live recordings and their themes and what that brought up for them. The 3rd Quines Cast is taking place tonight at Glasgow’s Women’s Library https://stellarquines.co.uk/show/quines-cast/QUINES CASTJoin your hosts Hannah Lavery and Cai…
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SHE LIVESThe website is live. Snippets from the launch. OUR WEBSITE - www.persistentandnasty.co.ukPersistent Pal & Nasty Hero - Pals and Hero MembershipSupport In The Room - https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/p/in-the-roomEmail – persistentandnasty@gmail.comInstagram - @persistentandnastyTwitter - @PersistentNastyCoffee Morning Eventbrite - Coffee Morni…
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A wee update on why we’ve been so quiet. HIPA working group’s guides for freelancers and organisations – navigating sexual harassment at work. harassment-in-the-performing-arts-guides-for-freelancers-and-organisations/OUR WEBSITE - www.persistentandnasty.co.ukPersistent Pal & Nasty Hero - Pals and Hero MembershipSupport In The Room - https://www.cr…
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In today’s episode Elaine chats with spoken word poet, theatre maker, facilitator, writer, and singer. We chat pathway into the industry, the music scene and the misogyny that comes along with it. We also talk her new show Love the Sinner which is on at the Tron Theatre Glasgow 11th, 12th and 13th May 2023 and The Traverse Theatre Edinburgh 16th, 1…
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In today’s episode Elaine chats with director, producer, and co-founder of The Playwrights Laboratory. We talk career, the things that really need to change in our industry, moving back home and having to start from scratch. If you are in London you can get tickets for Playwright Laboratory at the Arcola Theatre here https://www.arcolatheatre.com/w…
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In today’s episode Elaine and Louise chat with poet, screenwriter, theatre maker and all round wonderful human Leyla Josephine. We chat Leyla’s work, power dynamics, what we would do if we had a lot of money and the age-old question. Do we have to suffer to make great art…NO the answer is NO. You can get Leyla’s poetry book In public/In Private her…
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