New Wolsey Studio

New Wolsey Studio
St Georges Street, Ipswich, IP1 3NF
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Am I Dead Yet?

Chris Thorpe and Jon Spooner's contemporary theatre piece which looks at what happens when we die, how we think about dying, and how, as science advances, some of us might be brought back. Created by Unlimited Theatre in collaboration with Emergency Care professionals.

Wed 7 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 20:00

Boris And Sergey's Preposterous Improvisation Experiment

The puppet-clown duo perform one hour of entirely unscripted improvised comedy.

Sat 10 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 21:00

Bubble Schmeisis

  • 4 stars

Written by Nick Cassenbaum, this performance takes you on a journey back through his life experiences and the true stories that have shaped his identity.

Mon 5 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 20:00

Disability Sex Archives

A new work produced and written by Rhona McKenzie and Kiruna Stamell dealing with themes of body fascism, societal expectations, sexuality and relationships.

Sat 10 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 13:45

Dollywould

Sh!t Theatre presents it's show about country singing sensation, Dolly Parton. Directed by Russel Lucas. Not suitable for under 16s.

Sat 3 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 17:00 – 18:00

The Girl And The Giraffe

Puppetry and magical storytelling about a girl who one day spots something from over the fence and an unlikely friendship with a giraffe forms. Half Moon presents a Floods Of Ink production.

Sun 4 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 11:00

Heads Up

A solo play by multi award-winner Kieran Hurley, with an original sonic score by Michael John McCarthy, that weaves a picture of a familiar city at the moment of its destruction, asking what would we do if we found ourselves at the end of our world as we know it. Directed by Julia Taudevin and Alex Swift.

Fri 9 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 21:30

M.A.M.I.L (Middle Aged Man In Lycra)

Philip Steward stars as Bryan Cook, who joins a men's cycling group when he reaches a middle-aged crisis.

Wed 19 Jul

£10; £5 under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 19:45

Thu 20 Jul

£10; £5 under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 19:45

Fri 21 Jul

£10; £5 under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 19:45

Sat 22 Jul

£10; £5 under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 19:45

The Road To Huntsville

Stephanie Ridings presents an exploration into unconventional love, state homicide and challenging preconceptions directed by Jonathan V McGrath.

Tue 6 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 20:00

Scratch Session 1

A series of new works presented as works-in-progress in order to solicit audience feedback.

Sat 3 Jun

£5 / 01473 295900

  • 12:10 – 13:30

The Secret Garden

Spinning Wheel Theatre's charming and heart-warming adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's treasured children's novel, adapted and directed by Amy Wyllie.

Sat 17 Jun

£10 (£7 under 26s/; Children £7 under 26s/, under 12s) / 01473 295900

  • 19:00

Spirit Level

Kesgrave Amateur Theatre Society's production of the comedy by Pam Valentine about a couple haunting the cottage they once lived in.

Thu 29 Jun

£10; £12 (£5; £7) / 01473 295900

  • 19:45

Fri 30 Jun

£10; £12 (£5; £7) / 01473 295900

  • 19:45

Sat 1 Jul

£10; £12 (£5; £7) / 01473 295900

  • 19:45

Tanja

Strawberry Blonde Curls presents a contemporary drama about one woman's fight against detention in the UK, highlighting the issues about many being detained indefinitely.

Sun 4 Jun

£10; £5 Disabled Companion/under 26s / 01473 295900

  • 18:00

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