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A Girl and a Gun – Vault Theatre, London

Writer: Louise Orwin Reviewer: Karl O'Doherty Blending media to create a disjointed, erratic effect mirrors the uncertain and slightly tense atmosphere created by the performance perfectly.   Louise Orwin has created a puzzling work - mixing moments of genuine discomfort with sharp observations alongside some that are just quite odd. Toying with the ideas of control and power in a ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with Louise Orwin on A Girl and a Gun

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Louise Orwin answers our Five Fast Fringe Questions on A Girl and a Gun In one sentence tell us about your show. A Girl and A Gun examines how cinema views violence and women, and asks us how far we are complicit when we watch… plus it features girls, guns and an unprepared male performer every night… what more could you ...

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Louise Orwin: A Girl and a Gun – The Pleasance, London

Writer: Louise Orwin Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Depictions of violent crime against women have become increasingly common in the grittier crime dramas that skirt the line between reflecting and glamorising reality. But despite a mini-backlash against these shows, the prevalence of these images and the domineering power-relationship they’re based on is much more embedded than you think. Louise Orwin brings her ...

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