Kirsty osmon profile in the stage
‘For women it’s still the ‘walk of shame’, but for men it’s the stride of pride’
#MeToo at Edinburgh Fringe, The stage
'It’s so important for people to think about the treatment of future generations and I hope by talking about it artistically, audiences can see it in a different light'
'Stereotypical gay characters are doing more damage than having straight actors play them'