Miranda, known as Mimi, graduated in July 2016 with a Bachelor Honours degree in Drama and Theatre at the University of Kent, and in Novemeber 2017 with a Masters in Contemporary Performance Practice. Born and brought up in Reading, Mimi is a feminist and has a passion for gender studies. She has an interest in Feminist theory and content, looking at phycologists’ studies (or lack) of the ‘unknown’ female sexuality. In her spare time, Mimi plays hockey, and wishes to continue to encourage women to play sports, as well as show the importance sport has on people’s lives.
Frankie-Rose is a performer and political activist from East London. After graduating with a first class honours in Drama (Theatre and Media) from the University of South Wales, 2014, she spent two years working in West End theatre marketing and travelling before completing her Masters in Contemporary Performance Practice at the University of Kent, graduating with a distinction. Frankie’s performance credits include work with Company 4 (Sherman Cymru), City of Cardiff Council and the National Youth Theatre. Outside of performance she is a Green Party campaigner, with a particular interest in women’s rights, social housing and arts and culture policy.