Alice Holland is a producer and theatre maker with a particular interest in subversive political art, diversity and equality, mental health, pageantry and underground culture. She runs The Sisterhood at Shangri La, Glastonbury Festival, the festival’s first and only women’s venue, welcoming women, girls, trans women, trans girls and non-binary people with a strong femme identity to a showcase of awesome all-girl DJs, live bands, cabaret, dance and visual and interactive installations, as well as head-shaving, live wrestling and topless stage diving, all for the good of the matriarchal revolution, of course.
Alice sits on the board of Graeae Theatre, studies ninpo and pyrotechnics and was an award-winning showgirl, performance artist and ringmistress for over a decade. This included appearances on Woman’s Hour, The Culture Show, Rolling Stone and speaking invitations from Belarus Free Theatre, Channel 4 and Unlimited. She trained with Disability Arts Online as a producer of disability-led work, including assisting on large-scale 360 projection installation, durational sculpture and performance work and strategic administration for individuals and organisations.