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Episode Info: Selina Thompson is an artist and performer based in Leeds, who has been creating autobiographical work since 2014.   salt. Is part of a wider body of Selina’s work looking at Black British identity. It focuses on grief, home, Afro-pessimism, the Black Atlantic, the forgetting of the UK’s colonial history and the impact that has on the daily life of Caribbean communities in the UK today.   Rochelle Rose is an actor and singer who is playing the role of The Woman in salt. for the show’s Royal Court run.   You can see salt. at the Royal Court until June 1st. We also recommend checking out Selina’s Reading List for salt. which includes books, films, music, and twitter accounts to follow.   Selina’s #FeministFave is Rebecca Sugar’s cartoon series Steven Universe.   Rochelle’s #FeministFave is her Grandmothers.   Beth’s #FeministFave is the TV series Pose, which is currently available to watch in the UK on BBC iPlayer.   Pippa’s #FeministFave is the Olympic Gold-medallist Caster Semenya. Follow and support her on twitter & instagram.   Selina’s show recommendations…   Travis Alabanza’s Burgerz (touring throughout 2019, including Edinburgh throughout August)   Sue MacLaine’s Vessel   Alexandrina Hemsley & Seke Chimutengwende’s Black Holes   Rachael Young’s Nightclubbing (Folkestone on June 15, then Edinburgh until August 11)   Demi Nandhra’s Life Is No Laughing Matter   Unfolding Theatre’s Hold On Let Go (Battersea Arts Centre, then Edinburgh throughout August) Tim Etchells’ To Move In Time   Beth & Pippa are hosting an audience discussion after Kill Climate Deniers at The Pleasance on June 8th - use the code BECHDEL12 to get a discount ticket and join the conversation.   Bechdel Theatre is going to Edinburgh Fringe to record our podcast, support artists, and find shows that pass the Bechdel test with flying colours! Support our work for £5 on GoFundMe, £3 on Ko-Fi, or $1 a month on Patreon....
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