Ipswich’s Pulse Festival returns to the New Wolsey Theatre 1-10 June 2017, packed with over 50 events to thrill and entertain. To help you decide what to see, we’re running our Pulse Points Previews, asking performers to tell us about their productions.
Here, Nicola Werenowska tells us about Invisible which is performed at Pulse on 3 June 2017
How would you describe your show in one sentence?
A series of colluding neurodivergent moments.
What appealed about appearing at Pulse?
A wonderful opportunity to showcase work in development and receive audience feedback.
How have you been preparing for Pulse?
Working with Jeni Draper, my dramaturg for the piece; developing the physicality of the piece with actors.
What do you think sets your show apart from all the other festival offerings?
It gives a unique insight into invisible disability.
What’s the show that you don’t want to miss at this year’s Pulse (apart from your own)?
No Woman’s Land Film.
What’s the best bit of advice you’ve ever been given for performing at a Fringe Festival?
The average human pulse rate is 70bpm, what is the pulse rate of your show and why?
100bpm because that’s how I write.
Invisible runs at Ipswich’s Pulse Festival on June 3 2017
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