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PULSE FESTIVAL 2016: Work in progress shows promise

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Ipswich Pulse Festival has always championed new work, from finished pieces to work in the very earliest stages of development. Glen Pearce reflects on the impact of this unfinished work in the 2016 edition of Pulse. There’s a fine balancing act when producing new theatre. Audience reaction is, of course, key, but when do you put that work in front ...

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NEWS: Pulse Festival launches 2015 line-up

Now in its 15th year, Ipswich Pulse Festival has been the Madonna of the festival circuit, constantly reinventing itself to keep pace with changing fashions. A test bed for local companies, a rehearsal room for Edinburgh, a showcase of past Edinburgh shows and even a mini Edinburgh Fringe Festival itself, Pulse has tried them all. Over the past couple of ...

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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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Preview: First Date – Warwick Arts Centre

Writer: David Ireland Director: Lorne Campbell Reviewer: Selwyn Knight Triggered@Warwick is a bespoke way of commissioning and supporting new work designed to deliver innovative artistic development opportunities. Warwick Arts Centre solicits projects from some of the UK’s most exciting theatre companies and acts as the catalyst that sets them in motion. It literally triggers the process that takes new ideas ...

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