PULSE 2020: STAGE 1 Application
Thank you for expressing an interest in coming to play at Pulse Festival 2020.
It’s a big year for us, in part because we’re turning 20, but more because we’re changing from a 10 day annual festival to a year round programme of work. That way we’re increasing our ability to connect more people to what we present, we’re providing a wider range of artists with the opportunity to be programmed, and we can continue to contribute to the best contemporary theatre and performance being made, talked about, and seen in Ipswich.
We have now have three new programming strands;
SUMMER BREAK: 4 day snapshot of the best small scale work currently being presented at various stages in its development.
AUTUMN WEEKENDER: 2 day programme of work which reflects key themes that the theatre sector is actively addressing.
OFF SITE: A short programme of events presented in alternative spaces around the town throughout the year.
The application process is now open all year, with key deadlines for each strand of activity. It’s the same form for each strand, but you will need to consider the different points of reference in your responses.
We’re also keen to reduce the size of the application, so we’ve increased the programming criteria to make it more transparent. There will be two tiered stages to the application - STAGE 1 being this initial form. If we progress your application we will be in touch and ask for some more in-depth information in STAGE 2.
WHICH PROGRAMME ARE YOU APPLYING TO?
SUMMER BREAK: FULL SHOW
SUMMER BREAK: SCRATCH (20 mins max)
AUTUMN WEEKENDER: FULL SHOW
AUTUMN WEEKENDER: SUITCASE (20 mins max)
OFFSITE: FULL SHOW (Times can vary)
DO YOU OR ANY OF THE COMPANY IDENTIFY AS DEAF OR DISABLED? NWT is an organisation for everyone. During the second round of the application process there will be an opportunity to talk about any access requirements you need from us in order to do your best work.
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