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Pulse Festival: A&E – New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Writer: Lottie Finklaire Director: Gabrielle Sheppard Reviewer: Glen Pearce Parents may not find Hounded Theatre’s A&E comfortable viewing, with its unflinching look at the turbulent lives of youngsters barely out of school. However, while some of the participants may have imbibed an alcoholic beverage or three, A&E is a sobering look at the pressures of life and love for a ...

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PULSE PREVIEWS: A&E

How would you describe your show in one sentence? Glittery, honest, compelling and funny in all the right places. Is this your first visit to the Pulse Festival, if so what interesting tales have you been told about what to expect? Yes, It's Hounded's first visit to Pulse! I'm afraid the most interesting tale I've heard is that people compete ...

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Edinburgh Fringe: Cubicle Four – Paradise at the Vaults

Writer: Rachel Jarmy Director: Sarah Ingrams Reviewer: Deborah Klayman [rating: 4] Essentially a trio of playlets, Cubicle Four shows three duologues between occupants of a cubicle in an A+E department over the course of 24 hours. Written by Rachel Jarmy, each of the encounters is imbued with emotion as the characters find themselves in a heightened situation that brings deep-seated ...

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