Dykes [Riot Girls]

Episodes

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01Six Of One And Half A Dozen Of The Other20200127

An original three part series by Sarah Daniels, which follows the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today, and takes in the pioneering campaigning of the ‘70s and ‘80s, the backlash of Clause 28 in the 1990s, and the more recent fractures in the LGBTQ+ community. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Jessica Turner, Jelena Budimir, Lucy Reynolds, Scarlett Courtney and Sinead MacInnes.

This fourth season of Riot Girls - provocative writing by women - offers no-holds barred dramas that explore themes of gender identity, lesbian relationships and the intersections between the feminist and LGBTQ+ movements.

CAST

Pat....Nichola McAuliffe
Lynn/Liam....Jelena Budimir
Miley....Katie Angelou
Younger Pat....Lucy Reynolds
Younger Bex....Scarlett Courtney
Younger Lynn....Sinead MacInnes
Headmaster....Neil McCaul
Pat’s Dad....Ian Conningham

Directed by Emma Harding

Drama following the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today.

No-holds-barred dramas written by women, featuring extraordinary female characters.

Episode 1: Six of one and half a dozen of the other. An original three part series by Sarah Daniels, which follows the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today, and takes in the pioneering campaigning of the ‘70s and ‘80s, the backlash of Clause 28 in the 1990s, and the more recent fractures in the LGBTQ+ community. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Jessica Turner, Jelena Budimir, Lucy Reynolds, Scarlett Courtney and Sinead MacInnes.

02A Greater Threat To Family Life Than Adolf Hitler20200128

An original three part series by Sarah Daniels, which follows the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today. The angry, pioneering 1970s give way to the more repressive 1980s, and the introduction of Clause 28. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Lucy Reynolds, Scarlett Courtney and Sinead MacInnes.

This fourth season of Riot Girls - provocative writing by women - offers no-holds barred dramas that explore themes of gender identity, lesbian relationships and the intersections between the feminist and LGBTQ+ movements.

CAST

Pat....Nichola McAuliffe
Lynn/Liam....Jelena Budimir
Miley....Katie Angelou
Younger Pat....Lucy Reynolds
Younger Bex....Scarlett Courtney
Younger Lynn....Sinead MacInnes
Flick....Laura Christy
Marc....Ian Conningham
Policeman....Neil McCaul

Directed by Emma Harding

Drama following the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today.

No-holds-barred dramas written by women, featuring extraordinary female characters.

Episode 2: A greater threat to family life than Adolf Hitler. An original three part series by Sarah Daniels, which follows the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today. The angry, pioneering 1970s give way to the more repressive 1980s, and the introduction of Clause 28. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Lucy Reynolds, Scarlett Courtney and Sinead MacInnes.

03 LASTCis Man That Is Born Of Cis Woman20200129

An original three part series by Sarah Daniels, which follows the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today, and takes in the pioneering campaigning of the ‘70s, the backlash of Clause 28 in the late '80s, and the more recent fractures in the LGBTQ+ community. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Jessica Turner and Jelena Budimir.

This fourth season of Riot Girls - provocative writing by women - offers no-holds barred dramas that explore themes of gender identity, lesbian relationships and the intersections between the feminist and LGBTQ+ movements.

CAST

Pat....Nichola McAuliffe
Lynn/Liam....Jelena Budimir
Miley....Katie Angelou
Andrea....Heather Craney

Directed by Emma Harding

Drama following the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today.

No-holds-barred dramas written by women, featuring extraordinary female characters.

Episode 3: Cis Man that is born of Cis Woman. An original three part series by Sarah Daniels, which follows the friendship of three radical lesbian feminists from the 1970s to today, and takes in the pioneering campaigning of the ‘70s, the backlash of Clause 28 in the late '80s, and the more recent fractures in the LGBTQ+ community. Starring Nichola McAuliffe, Jessica Turner and Jelena Budimir.