Dulwich OnView, the online magazine celebrating all things Dulwich and South East London interviewed writer/ performer Yang-May Ooi about Bound Feet Blues and the shows relevance for modern women today. Yang-May also shares her stories about the role of fashion and shoes in her life.
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Dulwich OnView magazine celebrates the people and culture of Dulwich and the surrounding areas of South East London.
The magazine came about when a group of us, who love the Dulwich area and already write, blog, take photographs and so on, met up through the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery and decided to collaborate.
From East to West Dulwich and beyond we wanted to recognise the eclectic nature of life round here, the breadth of people and livelihoods, the rude health of the Arts, and the buoyant sense of community, and subvert the tired old caricatures lazily ascribed to our South London home. All our team members and contributors are volunteers. If you would like to volunteer or contribute, as a writer, photographer, filmmaker, illustrator, or interviewer then please go to our Get Involved page.
[Disclosure: Yang-May was the creator and co-founder of Dulwich OnView but has now passed on the baton to the very capable Shapa Begum, who is the current editor]
**You can buy tickets for Bound Feet Blues via bit.ly/bfbtickets **
Tristan Bates Theatre
1A Tower St, Covent Garden WC2H 9NP
Tue 24 Nov – Sat 12 Dec, Tue – Sat at 7.30pm.
Tickets £16 / £12 concessions.
Q&As post-show, 27 Nov & 4 Dec.
**BUY ONLINE via: bit.ly/bfbtickets **