trailer by Claire Nolan
The Suitcase Prize challenges theatre makers to think in an environmentally and economically sustainable way. The 10 participants compete to win £1,000 by presenting a 20 minute scratch which can be transported on public transport! Yes, literally in a suitcase! The judging panel will consider your feedback throughout the day at #pulsesuitcase
David Micklem, Yasmine Ostendorf and a New Wolsey Young Associate.
There are three sessions. One ticket covers all sessions.
1.00pm to 2.20pm - New Wolsey Studio
Brothers of Justice
Brothers of Justice are real life superheros!
Too Much Too Young
A funny and ambitious clarion call to put education right.
A show about invisibility and impersonation
2.50pm to 4.10pm - New Wolsey Theatre
We Don't Live Here Anymore
A family falls apart in this darkly vivid rural mystery.
“Visualize or kill?” Agent Everywhere is waiting for your text.
Guinea Pigs On Trial
Sh!t Theatre share their ongoing efforts to sell themselves to medical science
5.30pm to 7.30pm - New Wolsey Studio
A high-octane physical comedy celebrating what it means to be a woman.
A collision between Fifty Shades of Grey, the radical punk-pirate Kathy Acker and the sounds of Sonic Youth.
A Place In The Sun
A Place in the Sun explores the pleasure and pain and the highs and lows of all-inclusive holidays.
Lie Back and Think of England
A Clown teaches sex education in this touching, irreverent, physical comedy.
Add on last years Suitcase Prize winner's Two Destination Language with Near Gone for £5.
For full details of the companies performing in this years Suitcase Day please see the festival brochure.
All ticket holders are welcome to the prize giving ceremony in the New Wolsey Theatre bar at 10.30pm.
Some events within Suitcase Day are suitable for ages 15+ only.
All Pulse Festival events offer unreserved seating so you simply choose where you sit on arrival.
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