AMPAG, Belvoir Belvoir:A Room of One's Own

A Room of One's Own

April 2020

Wed 22 






What started as a lecture to a roomful of students became an essay, became a book, became a seismic wave. Virginia Woolf’s 1929 classic description of the need for new spaces and a complete redefinition of who owns our storymaking is by turns wise, amusing, incendiary and poetic.

Rippling with passion, one of the finest pieces of writing in the last hundred years, with the distinct talents of Anita Hegh walking Woolf’s tightrope of thought and feeling.

A teacher once told me work by and about women is usually only small and domestic, never bold or formally radical. He’d obviously never read this (or seen our production). – Carissa Licciardello

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