Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Performances at the PULSE Festival 2013

On 31st May 2013, Made By Katie Green will perform extracts of work-in-progress from our new dance project in amongst the display cases of Ipswich Museum:

The Museum’s Secrets (working title)

Performances at 1.15pm, 3.30pm and 5.30pm (each performance will last 20 minutes)
Part of the PULSE Festival 2013 'Suitcase Day': an opportunity to see new work-in-progress from a range of companies who can all pack their performance away into a suitcase. For just £12.50 you can buy a ticket to see all of the companies participating in the Suitcase Day (more info here).

Illustration by Lydia Bradley, Root Studio
Audiences will be welcomed to the museum by two eccentric but friendly narrators, and will then encounter museum artefacts brought to life through words and movement. Created in collaboration with Anna Selby and composer Max Perryment, The Museum’s Secrets is aimed at audiences aged 7+. It will awaken everybody’s childlike curiosity and desire to explore the nooks and crannies of the museum space.

Photos taken during rehearsal on-site at Ipswich Museum; dancers Lucy Starkey and Stuart Waters
 Visit the company blog to read more about our research for the Dancing in Museums project so far.

“enticing and engaging”
“Beautifully danced”
“The space was brought to life...very intriguing” 

(audience feedback from March 2013 research)

Don’t miss this opportunity to see dance performance from award-winning company Made By Katie Green amongst the display cases of the Ipswich Museum. Contact us for more information or to let us know you'll be joining us on the 31st. We look forward to seeing you there.

About the PULSE Festival:
Dates: 30 May to 8 June
Tel: 01473 295900

PULSE is presented by the New Wolsey Theatre and takes place at 5 venues in Ipswich Town Centre (The New Wolsey Theatre, New Wolsey Studio, Ipswich Town Hall, The High Street Exhibition Gallery and Ipswich Museum). The 10-day festival is a unique opportunity to see a wide range of top quality, entertaining work. Tickets range from £8 to FREE and with the festival multi-buy deal you pay just £5 per show when you book 4 or more.

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