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Pulse Fringe Festival: The Wasp – New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich

Writer: Morgan Lloyd Malcolm Director: Clare Dunn Reviewer: Glen Pearce   It’s always a good sign when shown a work in progress extract of a longer work that you come away wanting to know what happens next. After just three days work, the creative team have already formed a well-rounded piece that promises much for the future. Morgan Lloyd Malcom’s ...

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Pulse Fringe Festival: The Ethics Of Progress – New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Writers: Jon Spooner, Chris Thorpe, Clare Duffy Director: Amy Hodge, Jon Spooner Reviewer: Glen Pearce [rating:4]   There seems to be a theme in this year’s Pulse Festival for artists to take the phrase ‘lecture theatre’ literally. So far we’ve had lecture based performances on economics and art and now the unlikely subject of quantum physics. A show that involves ...

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Pulse Fringe Festival: Cutting The Cord – New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

Director: Matt Spencer Music: Daniel Marcus Clark Reviewer: Glen Pearce [rating:3.5]   Where are you from? Where are you going? In a weekend when the country celebrates all things ‘Great Britain’, what does national identity actually mean? For a young Japanese woman it a question for which she’s not sure of the answer, “I am more Japanese here, but I ...

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Pulse Fringe Festival: Psychodrama – New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich

Writers and Performers: Sam Halmarack and Tom Wainwright Reviewer: Glen Pearce   rôle play has a long history in theatre, but it also features heavily in psychotherapy, allowing participants to explore key events in their life through drama. For Sam Halmarack and Tom Wainwright’s work in progress showing of Psychodrama, reality and drama mix as the process of creating a ...

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NEWS: Autumn season – New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

The sun has only just barely begun to shine on summer but, in Theatreland, thoughts are alreadyturning to autumn and winter seasons. Ipswich’s New Wolsey Theatre today announce their autumn season, a mixed programme of musicals, comedy, drama and one night performances. While many venues are moving to more conservative seasons, Sarah Holmes, chief executive at thetheatre, believes Suffolk audiences ...

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