A personal journey through feminism in the 90s

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A personal journey through feminism in the 90s

Local Funny Women finalist Rosie Wilby has some unusual spots for comedic inspiration including the number 37 bus, Brockwell Lido and even the local post office. 

Her show - Nineties Woman - is a personal journey through feminism in the 90s when she was an engineering student at York University

She's performing tonight at Upstairs at the Ritzy from 7pm and joined London Live to explain more. 

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