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Pepper & Honey – Derby Theatre

Writer: Kristina Gavran Director: Tilly Branson Reviewer: Hannah Powell What does home mean for those whose lives are left precariously in the balance by looming post-Brexit Britain? Notnow Collective present the premiere of their new one-woman show Pepper & Honey on the day after the UK was planned to leave the European Union. Twelve Years, Seven rented apartments, Five jobs, and three different ...

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PULSE POINTS: Notnow Collective – DadMan: The Bath-Time Warrior

DadMan: The Bath-Time Warrior

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, Kristina Gavran of Notnow Collective tells us about DadMan: The Bath-Time Warrior which is performed at Pulse on 2 June ...

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Wonder Woman: The Naked Truth – Derby Theatre Studio

Devised by The Notnow Collective Director: Hannah Silva Reviewer:  Hannah Powell In a comedic and honest representation of the challenges of motherhood, from public shaming to those moments where you are forced to choose between your child and your career. The Notnow Collective open the audience’s eyes to 21st-century parenthood. all centred around a question: Can we soothe our babies and ...

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PULSE FESTIVAL: Scratch Day – New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

For some artists, the thought of letting an audience into the very early stages of development is something that will send them into a blind panic. It’s a delicate balancing act – early work in progress is, by its very nature, a fragile thing, but there is also a danger that by being too close to the piece, you risk ...

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PULSE FESTIVAL: Suitcase Prize 2015

At a time when touring shows face increased financial pressures and various high profile productions are cutting their tours short, the economics of theatre touring are under the spotlight once again. The multi-truck, mega-budget tours are a fairly recent invention, with Shakespeare’s men thinking of nothing of packing their shows onto a cart and heading out into the provinces. Ipswich's ...

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