Thursday 3 December 2015

New show The Conscious Uncoupling selected for Etcetera Theatre festival / radio and online interviews

Rosie's brand new work-in-progress show The Conscious Uncoupling has been selected for the annual Etcetera Theatre Black Box Festival, running in January with her show on the 25th. Here's an interview Rosie did with Female Arts website about the new show. She also appeared once again on Radio 4 Woman's Hour and wrote an article on staying friends with your ex in the February issue of Diva magazine and one for New Statesman on language around break-ups. Look out for the show at Tristan Bates Theatre First Festival and Brighton Fringe.

Rosie becomes a Fellow of the RSA

Rosie has become a Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce). Their mission is to enrich society through ideas and action.

Sunday 4 October 2015

Rosie on Radio 4 again

Rosie was included on Radio 4 show The Human Zoo. Hear her contribution towards the end here.

Monday 22 June 2015

Rosie's TEDx talk Is Monogamy Dead? goes live!

Rosie's recent TEDx talk is now online. She presents some of the surprising results of the survey she conducted as research for her 2013 Edinburgh show. She reveals how diverse our definitions of infidelity are and introduces ideas around emotional monogamy, suggesting that we're all a bit more polyamorous than we admit. She calls for more language, such as the term 'love affair friendship', to describe the huge variety of connections that we experience and looks at the insights we gain about male and female behaviours by observing lesbians and gay men.

Wednesday 22 April 2015

Fubar Radio 2 hour guest slot

Rosie was a guest on James Acaster's iPod shuffle show on Fubar Radio. James was away and Joey Page stepped in to compare music collections with Rosie. Check out Episode 10 on iTunes.

More monogamy articles and debates

Rosie was invited to be on a panel discussing monogamy at Edinburgh Science Festival and, ahead of that, she wrote this article for The List. She was also invited to take part in a discussion on ITV1 O'Brien show in April where she fought her way in amidst all the talk of swinging and sex to make the point that we are all in lots of relationships as we all have friends.

Brixton goodness

Rosie was interviewed by Brixton Blog about her career ahead of performing at Brixton Bookjam. The interview appeared in their print edition Brixton Bugle and online.  Brixton Blog arts team came along to the bookjam event and here are their photos and thoughts on the event. Here's the podcast of the evening. Click on Set 2 and catch Rosie at around 6 min 25.