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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Jamie Beddard on Ramps On The Moon

  Ipswich's New Wolsey Theatre is busy preparing for their annual Pulse Festival, a festival that this year dedicates a day for conversation and ideas around disability and inclusion in theatre. Ramps On The Moon: Is It Possible? will be chaired by Jamie Beddard, one of the venue's two Agents For Change. Beddard spoke to Glen Pearce about the day ...

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I Was A Rat – New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Writer: Philip Pullman Adaptor: Teresa Ludovico English Version: David Watson Director: Teresa Ludovico Reviewer: Glen Pearce [rating:4]   Once upon a time. Behind every fairytale there is often another tale just waiting to be told. For every leading character there’s a multitude of supporting characters who get a couple of minutes in the limelight before fading back into obscurity. Take ...

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I was a Rat! – Birmingham Rep @ The Old Rep

Writer: Philip Pullman, adapted by Teresa Ludovico, English version by David Watson Director: Teresa Ludovico Composer: Frank Moon Reviewer: James Garrington [rating:5] The work of author Philip Pullman was last seen at the Rep in 2009 when an adaptation of his well-known and loved His Dark Materials trilogy was performed in two parts, to somewhat mixed reviews. What then will ...

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NEWS: PULSE Fringe Festival Announces New Directors

The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich has announced new directors and producers for its PULSE Fringe Festival, as well as inviting application to perform at the 13th running of the Festival. The 10-day festival will return to Ipswich from Thursday 20th May to Saturday 8th June, offering audiences the chance to see a range of new work and artists the ...

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