For #IWD2018, the writers of Wales Arts Review have nominated 100 women of Wales who we think you should be following on Twitter (if you’re not already). Here is a list of women who will keep you informed, entertained and inspired on social media’s premier platform.
To see each person’s profile click on the red, but each highlighted tweet is fully interactive and you can “follow”simply by clicking on follow.
Please use social media to give a shout out to those you think we should be following.
— Hollie Aldridge (@hollie_aldo) February 15, 2018
Delighted that Keele management have withdrawn their threat to punish striking colleagues by additional wage docking once back at work.
— Emergency Poet 🚑 📚#FBPE (@emergencypoet) March 5, 2018
Sarah Argent – Freelance director, writer, Danish translator in Theatre for Young Audiences & Early Years. All tweets are personal views.
— Sarah Argent (@sargent65) March 6, 2018
Nicky Arscott – Comics / Poetry / Nicky Arscott
— mothermarypress (@mothermarypress) March 3, 2018
Will all those who noted 100 years since 1918 suffrage now show solidarity with the #YarlsWood 100 women on hunger strike to protest the horrific conditions in which they are forced to endure? Set them free and #ShutItDown https://t.co/bJwpliIl40
— Fflur Arwel (@FflurGwen) March 3, 2018
John Major has been one of the great ex-Prime Ministers – if only he could have been this good when he was PM… https://t.co/yQ1OCKrJ1q
— Shazia Awan-Scully (@ShaziaAwan) February 28, 2018
Julia Barry – Executive Director at Sherman Theatre. All views my own.
Great to be at the launch of @FOVCardiff this evening – wonderful performances from @camilleos and @ghbonello. Looking forward to welcoming @TheTigerLillies to @ShermanTheatre as part of #FoV2018 – roll on the summer.
— Julia Barry (@JuliaBarry_) March 5, 2018
Alix Beeston – Lecturer in English
@CardiffUni. First book:http://global.oup.com/academic/product/in-and-out-of-sight-9780190690168 …. Digital project: http://instagram.com/objectwomen
OBJECT WOMEN now live! First up an incredible daguerreotype portrait of a woman holding a post-mortem daguerreotype (ca. 1845): “She who remembered death, clutched it close to her body as a relic and a consolation, is now remembered in death.” https://t.co/Si8RsVhm4e
— Alix Beeston (@alixbeeston) March 1, 2018
With 24% of the electorate estimated to not have a passport or photographic driving license introducing voter ID trials to tackle ‘voter fraud’ will only serve to disenfranchise people across the country. Policy should be based on evidence and not hearsay. 🙄 https://t.co/loMrE6rCch
— Jess Blair (@JessBlair7) March 2, 2018
Kirsti Bohata – Professor English Lit, Swansea University. Welsh writing in English; co-Chair AWWE, Director CREW. Postcol & Queer lit/theory. Disability studies.
Looking forward to this! https://t.co/javULEXaZ8
— Kirsti Bohata (@kbohata) March 5, 2018
Thank you so much for all of your feedback on the documentary. I’m very proud of John Skipper and my Mum for being so honest and generally wonderful. I hope it was helpful and informative….loadsa love!!!xxx
— Charlotte Church (@charlottechurch) January 25, 2018
Alys Conran – Novel ‘Pigeon’ (2016, Parthian Books). Wales Book of the Year 2017, International Dylan Thomas Prize Shortlist. Lecturer in Creative Writing @ Bangor Cymraes.
Better working hours & annual leave.
Allowed employees to negotiate with employers.
Lifted restrictions on parental leave. pic.twitter.com/1WgRiEgVbv
— Alys Conran (@alysconran) March 5, 2018
I’m currently writing a book about Wales’ Best Restaurants; a common pet peeve of many is Wales’ total invisibility in the eyes of London media. However,this @VisitBritain piece on ‘Where to eat in Great Britain’ is a masterclass in contempt for the Celtic nations. https://t.co/DX3AeBfPRN
— Lowri (@LowriHafCooke) March 6, 2018
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett – Guardian columnist & author. Debut novel, The Tyranny of Lost Things, coming Summer 2018. firstname.lastname@example.org
— Rhiannon L Cosslett (@rhiannonlucyc) March 6, 2018
— Kizzy Crawford (@kizzkez) February 20, 2018
can we put to bed the notion that teen girls will click on an article about the treasury because it has one direction in the headline https://t.co/g4G1Fu5KKz
— Elena Cresci (@elenacresci) March 6, 2018
Branwen Davies – Writer. Theatre maker. Lecturer. Wanderer. Daydreamer. And all of the above yn Gymraeg hefyd. Theatre and Performance lecturer at Bangor University
Llongyfarchiadau a diolch @TheatrGenCymru – drama bwerus a theimladwy am deulu, gofal, cariad a cholled. Werth ei gweld. Perfformiadau arbennig sydd yn cyffwrdd chi i’r byw. pic.twitter.com/T6cRkptpHe
— Branwen Davies (@BransDavies) February 23, 2018
Elise Davison – Artistic Director, Taking Flight Theatre Company passionate about the fusion theatre, inclusion and access. Mum, theatre maker, director, BSL learner
— Elise Davison (@EliseDavison) February 25, 2018
This made Snow Day for me. A+ for gritting effort in my building car park. pic.twitter.com/0TjECA0CrC
— Bizzy Day (@bizlett) March 5, 2018
McDormand is a badass though, and thoroughly deserved her win. And I guess our week of ‘back by popular demand’ of Darkest Hour at work will be busy again at least…!
— Nia Naseem (@stonecypher) March 5, 2018
— Amelia Fae (@AmeliaFae_) November 24, 2017
Today I examined an excellent ResM thesis on Sergey Iukhimov’s illustrations of #Tolkien’s The #LordoftheRings @PlymArtHistory! 🎨@TolkienSociety @JRRTolkien #tolkienart #illustration #ArtisticTuesday #art pic.twitter.com/zrAMlQ6RfO
— Dr Dimitra Fimi (@Dr_Dimitra_Fimi) March 6, 2018
— flossy and boo (@flossyandboo) February 21, 2018
Emily Garside – Writer. Angelologist. PhD on Angels in America & Rent. Book with McFarland Publishing 2019.
Excellent response to Shenton’s ‘fair pay’ declaration that looks at the grey areas of this issue more than his article did. Also takes on the issue of unpaid critics that is a bit problematic given what he’s the ‘face’ of. https://t.co/EmTgenAtbs
— Dr Emily Garside (@EmiGarside) March 6, 2018
Rabab Ghazoul – Artist. Cultural stuff. Community stuff. Change stuff. Founder/Director of Gentle/Radical
“Yo Theresa May where’s the money for Grenfell” https://t.co/xDcaLw2ar2
— Rabab Ghazoul (@RababGhazoul) February 22, 2018
Sian Gibson – Short. Welsh. Christmas Queen
This isn’t going to end well! 🐷 pic.twitter.com/7F2MThTSQr
— Sian Gibson (@Sianygibby) March 4, 2018
Started our intensive 1/2 term rehearsal for [BLANK] today. I’m so excited by the work these young people are creating with such an astounding script. @ShermanTheatre @RuthStringer1 @NTConnections https://t.co/DyiVEIuvnm
— Chelsey Gillard (@Chelsey_Gillard) February 19, 2018
Rebecca Gould – Head of Arts British Council Wales, Associate practitioner at the RSC and Chair of Theatr Iolo. Ramblings all my own work.
And the awards keep rolling in for Welsh children’s publishers @FireflyPress! Massive congratulations to @sarahgovett winner of the Trinity Schools Book Award for The Territory, the first in the highly acclaimed Territory trilogy. pic.twitter.com/dCQ3l3MFmM
— Rebecca Gould (@beccaleigh99) March 5, 2018
Happy Birthday to my beautiful and challenging company X https://t.co/tToOSUHwGk
— Rebecca Jade Hammond (@beccajhammond) March 1, 2018
Sian Harries – Co-Writer Greg Davies’s Man Down & Co-host of The Rhod Gilbert Radio Show Writer/Performer Here Be Dragons, Writer BBC Two’s Never Mind the Buzzcocks
My grandmother worked in a chip shop and single-handedly ran a boarding house to save enough money to pay for me to go to University https://t.co/tvUgvnuMPG
— Sian Harries💂♀️ (@sianharries_) March 4, 2018
Tracy Harris – Playwright, Mum, Theatre maker, Filmmaker.
— tracy harris (@tracybright) February 18, 2018
The wonderful Joe Hammond, whose play I directed at Theatre503 almost 6 years ago, and his equally wonderful wife & 2 boys, are facing challenges no-one should have to. They need us to care. Please help. https://t.co/BcLn3bG6Lr
— Tamara Harvey (@tamaracharvey) March 6, 2018
Great to see Rhondda Cynon Taf make this pioneering step. Hope other local authorities will follow suit 👏🏻 https://t.co/9gxCzR6wKK
— Carolyn Hitt (@carolyn_hitt) March 6, 2018
Natalie Ann Holborow – Writer. Debut collection ‘And Suddenly You Find Yourself’ (Parthian 2017). Winner of Robin Reeves Prize 2015. I can’t do 18 straight whiskies.
The most arousing part of trying to watch Fifty Shades of Grey was gently caressing the remote button to switch to Storage Wars.
— Natalie Ann Holborow (@missholborow) February 27, 2018
Beth House – Cardiff dwelling Mum of 3- er now 4!! theatre loving/ theatre making foodie.
I found this man’s speech in Edinburgh last year so inspiring! So glad he has won this- transformations happening. https://t.co/M6eYHWkv1I
— Beth House (@BethHouse12) March 5, 2018
Sali Hughes – The Pool, Guardian and Empire Columnist, interviewer, radio bod, event host, author of Pretty Honest and Pretty Iconic.
You wouldn’t put @Terri_White on Countdown to do the sums, so why on earth have @SkyCinemaUK chosen a Countdown mathematician to review film? I’ve no problem with her but honestly wtf? Every year, it’s nonsense. #Oscars90 @SkyUK
— Sali Hughes (@salihughes) March 5, 2018
Rhian Hutchings – Director, Creative Agent, participatory artist & welshwoman! Love music, opera, theatre, weather, psychology. Grade Two violinist!
— Rhian Hutchings (@rhchhutch) March 5, 2018
— sara huws (@sara_huws) March 5, 2018
Brilliant and very funny piece, how villages have changed >> https://t.co/TmtmGCVvVV
— Liz Hyder (@LondonBessie) March 4, 2018
Hanan Issa – Writer. Poet. Spoken Word Artist. For all enquiries: email@example.com
— Hanan Issa (@Hananiscreative) March 3, 2018
Rebecca F. John – Costa & Sunday Times EFG shortlisted author of The Haunting of Henry Twist (novel) and Clown’s Shoes (stories). Dog Lady.
Since it’s #WorldBookDay and it would be rude not to offer… here’s a rather handsome copy of #HenryTwist, looking for a new home. Retweet and comment with your favourite character name if you’d like to win him. If not, retweet anyway 😊 @serpentstail @CostaBookAwards #reading pic.twitter.com/M5249GHYYt
— Rebecca F. John (@Rebecca_Writer) March 1, 2018
Catrin Haf Jones – Newyddiadurwraig ITV Cymru Wales Journalist
Carles Puigdemont set to be named Catalonia president in exile as deal is reached by separatist parties https://t.co/Q26KxkB0gp
— Catrin Haf Jones (@CatrinPenlan) January 10, 2018
Elin Jones – AC Ceredigion AM
— Elin Jones (@ElinCeredigion) March 6, 2018
Lisa Heledd Jones – I work with people and stories. can do (vocal) impression of a sheep in labour. I live on a hill. Cymraes.
Reading about upcoming exhibitions around the country and the vast majority of solo shows are by male artists. I wonder if curators are also reflecting on this at the moment?
— Lisa Heledd Jones (@lisaheleddjones) March 4, 2018
Rhian E Jones – Red bluestocking. Books: Clampdown + Petticoat Heroes + Triptych + Under My Thumb @ https://rhianejones.com/rhian-e-jones-publications/ …. Welsh.
While we’re on the subject of the Major years: second round of pit closures, privatisation of the railways, and that stupid “repetitive beats” clause of the Criminal Justice Bill. Great days, the 90s.
— YOLO Morganwg (@RhianEJones) March 2, 2018
I think the key thing is not the work itself, but the way it’s communicated/’sold’ to an audience and the expectations around it. If you think ‘theatre’ means ‘a play’, you are more likely (I imagine) to feel alienated when your night out at the ‘theatre’ is suddenly postdramatic
— Katharine Kavanagh (@BustingFree) February 26, 2018
— Deborah Keyser (@DeborahKeyser) March 6, 2018
Helgard Krause – Dinesydd yr UE yn byw yng Nghymru. — Cyhoeddi — Cŵn — Natur –EU Citizen living in Wales. — Publishing — Dogs — Nature — Views my own, retweets not.
Dydd Gŵyl Dewi a Diwrnod y Llyfr hapus i bawb! 🏴📚
Happy #StDavidsDay and World Book Day to everyone! 🏴📚#WorldBookDay #DiwrnodYLlyfr #CaruLlyfrau #Carudarllen #DyddGwylDewi pic.twitter.com/SqGm2fWsXh
— Helgard Krause (@HelgardKrause) March 1, 2018
Cate Le Bon – pipe lining //
🎈 Coming out of hibernation/chair building/recording/fell rolling to join this party – our only… https://t.co/cp3J9Xjnh4
— Cate Le Bon (@CateLeBon) March 1, 2018
My beautiful Valley this evening during a fabulous evening stroll. Totally uncompromising during these conditions. There’s a lesson there somewhere I’m sure of it!!! pic.twitter.com/8zjAsHPR0I
— Angharad Lee (@AngharadLee) March 2, 2018
Beautiful women of Wales! Get in touch if you want to know more about @processions2018 I wanna KNOW ya! The athletes, the chefs, the mothers, the religious, the political, the academic, the singers, the artists, the list is endless and unlimited…Lets make #Processions2018 LUSH!
— Charlotte Lewis (@CharLewis108) February 15, 2018
Gwyneth Lewis – Poet
Join me for a new, free reading group funded by RLF. Start date 13 March, Cardiff Tibetan Buddhist Centre, Canton, 7.00-8.30pm. To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org, first come first served. pic.twitter.com/yT39j1r14u
— Gwyneth Lewis (@Lewispoet) March 5, 2018
‘Women bring a different perspective to policy making… Lots of women can change things.’ I spoke to @jennyranderson, @JennyRathbone & @StFagansTextile about #Vote100, visible female role models and the power of craftivism for @WalesArtsReview https://t.co/0uZssvEBys
— Cerith Mathias (@CerithMathias) February 18, 2018
Cerys Matthews – sad eyed lady of the Uplands
It’s costing millions to sheath #Grenfell ,due to be demolished end 2018. WORTH more would be: Justice: accountability, transparency,penalties:new fire +building regs +changed public policy @theresa_may @SadiqKhan pic.twitter.com/d7fkNTIoSJ
— Cerys Matthews MBE (@cerysmatthews) March 5, 2018
Laura McAllister – Professor, Cardiff University Wales Governance Centre. Ex-Wales international footballer. Politics, Wales, devolution but regularly distracted by football/sport
— Laura McAllister (@LauraMcAllister) March 5, 2018
Kate Mercer – Have camera, will travel! Based in Newport, South Wales (GB) – Memory, Identity and uses of photography
— Kate Mercer (@_KateMercer) February 28, 2018
Rachel Minto – Researching Brexit and UK devolved politics at Wales Governance Centre, Cardiff Uni. EU politics, governance, gender. On Board of Cardiff Women’s Aid | Cardiff
— Rachel Minto (@RA_Minto) February 9, 2018
Sophie Melville – Welsh. Actress.
Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus!!!! 🏴 🌼 ❣ 🐉
— Sophie Melville (@SophieMelville) March 1, 2018
Rosie Moriarty-Simmonds – OBE Disabled Woman, Happy Wife, Adoring Mum, Author, Media Presenter, Actor, Artist, Successful Businesswoman and Socialite – constantly busy & totally content
The coalition 5 areas of particular concern:
Failure 2 fully implement 2010 Equality Act
Lack of working across 4 nations of UK
Lack of resources ensuring DP included in communities
Gap in employment opportunities for DP
DP right to adequate standard of living & social protection https://t.co/fxfw2vjbOa
— R Moriarty-Simmonds (@RosieMS) February 28, 2018
Jackie Morris – Drawing words, painting spells, weaving dreams, reading books. Owned by cats.
Publishers, bookshops, teachers, publicists, librarians, children, grown-ups, dogs, cats? whoever.
Doing a survey on my blog.
Do take a look.https://t.co/vU5nIziwWJ
Takes as long as you want it to.
There will be gifts. At random.
— Jackie Morris (@JackieMorrisArt) March 5, 2018
Rufus Mufasa – Barbican Fellow | Performance Art Poet | Rapper | Lyricist | Hip Hop Educator | Literary Activist | FUR COATS FROM THE LION’S DEN Out 1st December
— rufus mufasa (@rufusmufasa) March 1, 2018
In school we had individual poetry elocution & group elocution competitions. My 7th grade teacher encouraged me to try out for the individual one because he liked my voice. I got really excited. Then he said I can’t because I had a lisp. :( Now I do spoken word & smash it looool
— Suryatapa Mukherjee (@SuriMukherjee) March 5, 2018
— Yvonne Murphy (@YvonneMurphy111) March 2, 2018
For the evening crowd – me on how for ten years, the Tories have attempted to chip away at abortion rights. Now they’re trying again https://t.co/9sswUG5qCR
— sianushka (@sianushka) March 6, 2018
— Kate North (@katetnorth) February 21, 2018
— Catrin Nye (@CatrinNye) March 6, 2018
Kaite O’Reilly – Writer, Playwright, dramaturg, crip, nomad, Irish brummie in West Wales. Ted Hughes Award winner. next up: Richard III Redux & Singapore d Monologues
Extraordinary teaser for documentary about our #richardiiiredux director Phillip Zarrilli – do watch and share https://t.co/aSWNo0hnOF @chaptertweets @ArtsSceneWales @WalesArtsReview @theatremagazine @HowlRound
— Kaite O’Reilly (@kaiteoreilly) March 4, 2018
Rachel O’Riordan – Artistic Director at Sherman Theatre, The Stage Regional Theatre of the Year 2018. member of the Cardiff Irish All views my own.
— Rachel O’Riordan (@RachelADSherman) March 6, 2018
Gwenith Owen – Dawnswraig a ffermwr llaeth/dancer and dairy farmer
More than 100 women in Yarl’s Wood detention centre go on hunger strike over ‘inhumane’ conditions https://t.co/SI8nCWZIeO
— Gwenith Owen (@GwenithOwen) March 3, 2018
I hear you’re enjoying a snow day? Then get cracking with your application for this playwrighting residency with the excellent @painesplough and @ClwydTweets. You’ll have an awesome time. https://t.co/dElsOWkij9
— Catherine Paskell (@Cpaskell) March 1, 2018
— Sara Pepper (@missspepper) March 1, 2018
Kate Perridge – Theatre & Dance Producer
— Kate Perridge (@KatePerridge) February 9, 2018
Lynne Plowman – Lynne Plowman, Composer
Fantastic to be at the @KeychangeEU launch tonight with @PRSFoundation, where 45 international music festivals pledged to achieve a 50/50 gender balance in their programming by 2020. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/Wy3d3bPpg6
— Lynne Plowman (@PlowmanMusic) February 26, 2018
clare e potter – Bilingual poet, performs, collaborates w/ other artists in community projects. Llwyn Celyn poet-in-residence, Hay Fest Writer at Work. One foot in New Orleans.
I wrote a poem #Hatterrall Ridge Visitation in response to this as part of my poetry residency at #Llwyncelyn Tried to find the spot where he wrote his poemhttps://t.co/dK85zhoUlz https://t.co/W88pxYhaJq
— clare potter (@clare_potter) March 6, 2018
Laura Powell – Features Editor (Magazines) at The Daily Telegraph | First novel, The Unforgotten, out now.
— Laura Powell (@laurapow1) February 28, 2018
Thoroughly enjoyed MC-ing @BBCNOW Contemporary Evenings 1 on Weds. Great interviewees in Simon Holt, @markfbowden Mared Emlyn & B Tommy Andersson. Next: March 28 w/ @gutopuw @MarkDavidBoden @sarah_lianne_l & Michael Berkeley https://t.co/JWgRtIbXwt
— Steph Power (@spower_steph) February 23, 2018
— Nicola Reynolds (@NicolaReynolds7) March 5, 2018
— Sam Rhydderch (@SamRhydderch) March 3, 2018
Alexandria Riley – RWCMD graduate. Represented by Emptage Hallet. Currently performing in “The motherf****r with the Hat” Tron theatre and Sherman theatre
— Alexandria Riley (@ReyAlexandria) March 2, 2018
Lucy Rivers – Loves good Theatre, Music, Stories and chocolate. The darker the better. Feminist.
So pleased I managed to get the hottest theatre ticket in town #LouderVClearer @JonnyCotsen @chaptertweets @MrandMrs_Clark congrats on a beautiful, insightful and moving show 👏catch it on tour! https://t.co/vbwsa8urcI
— Lucy Rivers (@LucyRivers1) February 10, 2018
Alexandra Roach – ACTRESS //
Good spot! That was my first job after drama school…two lines in the IT Crowd 🙃 I was so nervous because of the live studio audience and being a fan of the show I had to sneakily write the lines down and this pic shows me looking for my lines 😂 https://t.co/P93H3AevuI
— Alexandra Roach (@alexandraroach1) February 26, 2018
Catrin Rogers – Press & PR Manager at National Theatre Wales. Rheolwr y Wasg a Chysylltiadau Cyhoeddus National Theatre Wales.
— Catrin Rogers (@catrin_ntw) January 4, 2018
Morning all. A great new @reducedlisten series, An Alternative History of Art, starts today. Some of you may recognise the gravelly Welsh woman doing the voiceover titles *pops in lozenge* https://t.co/CAAxolC0vr
— Jude Rogers (@juderogers) March 5, 2018
Ar yr Hwyrnos heno o 7 @BBCRadioCymru: cerddoriaeth newydd & arbennig @gwennosaunders @SidiToureMusic @margedmarged @whoisMGMT @bitwbitwbitw, Group Listening (@Sweet_Babs) a mwy. M’bach o Little Walter a Betty Davis. Am 9, mix Llechen Lân wych @TwmWillias https://t.co/DIux38EfNT
— Georgia Ruth (@georgiaruth) March 6, 2018
— Emma Schofield (@DrEmmaSchofield) March 6, 2018
You have exactly 8 hours to pre-order your copy of this kickass anthology. Excited to be a part of this with some really talented artists and writers. https://t.co/JgagEgpdtX
— Durre Shahwar (@Durre_Shahwar) February 28, 2018
Norena Shopland – Author/historian – specialises in researching, recording and promoting LGBT history. Author of Forbidden Lives: LGBT stories from Wales
Ladies of Llangollen exhibition @AmgueddfaCymru @The_Waterfront has now closed. Many thanks to Zoe and Jacqui who made this happen. Hopefully will be in Cardiff later in the year. #LGBTHistoryMonth #LGBTHM18 @LGBTHM #PlacesofPride #LGBTWales #LDHTCymru @RainbowNewport pic.twitter.com/g6O6gklna4
— Norena Shopland 🏴 (@NorenaShopland) March 3, 2018
Lleucu Siencyn – Llenyddiaeth Cymru/ Literature Wales CEO. Llyfrau, poetry, bilingualism, teulu, feminism, cydraddoldeb. Views my own/ fy marn fy hun.
When I was a child and the soft flesh was forming
Quietly as snow on the bare bough of bone,
My father brought me trout from the green river
From whose chill lips the water song had flown.#SongforGwydion #RSThomas #snowday #StDavidsDay #WorldBookDay2018
— Lleucu Siencyn (@LleucuArianrhod) March 1, 2018
— Carrie Smith (@CarrieRSmith) March 6, 2018
I love theatre. I’ve sobbed, laughed and been in total admiration over the past two days. Flipping awesome stuff.
— Jenny Sturt (@JRSturt) February 23, 2018
— Christina Thatcher (@writetoempower) March 5, 2018
Kully Thiarai – Artistic Director National Theatre Wales
I’m missing out! Enjoy your second week. https://t.co/wZk0wwe1S0
— Kully Thiarai (@kully_ntw) March 6, 2018
— Leonora Thomson (@leothomson) March 6, 2018
A great article on the ‘aesthetics of access’. Wonderfully put Jo! https://t.co/xnUGaEDPtn
— Sami Thorpe (@Sami_luu) March 3, 2018
Rachel Trezise – Novels Short Stories Drama
It’s nice when your publisher is extremely proud of you! https://t.co/W5MeFoXNI7
— Rachel Trezise (@RachelTrezise) February 21, 2018
Claire Vaughan – ‘A puffed-up orb of a woman with a gaping mouth’ – Bristol 24/7. Enthusiast. Feminist. Queerio. Chapter Cinema but these tweets are mine all mine. No TERFs pls.
Fellas, I was rooting for Get Out too, but it has been an extraordinarily great year for film. This year Phantom Thread, Lady Bird, Shape of Water all could have won and it would have been a win for us weirdos. https://t.co/SSCs6IYboX
— Claire Vaughan (@pixieglas) March 5, 2018
— Rhiannon white (@rhi_annon1584) February 28, 2018
— Ceriann Williams (@CeriannKay) March 1, 2018
— Eloise Williams (@Eloisejwilliams) March 1, 2018
— Catherine Young (@Cath_Dawns) March 6, 2018