Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.
Bravery comes in many forms.
Sometimes it means letting something go. Sometimes it’s asking for help.
Sometimes it’s telling your story.
Pulse was the culmination of Prime Cut’s Ensemble NI project, which saw youth and adult participants from across NI sharing stories of life within their communities. A common thread of this work was the struggle to find normality in a place still marred by the legacy of conflict, the divisions within our society and the difficulty of finding help in times of crisis. Pulse gives a glimpse into these stories through a multi disciplinary theatre event.
SAT 7 APRIL 2018 CARNEGIE OLDPARK LIBRARY OLD PARK ROAD, BELFAST
SAT 14 APRIL 2018 THE HUB, ROSEMOUNT FACTORY DERRY~LONDONDERRY
Funded by Arts Council NI, The Executive Office and Belfast City Council.
A theatre performance by participants of Prime Cut’s Ensemble NI project.
Director: Rhiann Jeffrey
Project Manager: Ciaran McQuillan
Writer / Dramaturg: Oisin Kearney
Set & Lighting Designer: Ciaran Bagnall
Sound Designer: Carl Kennedy
Production Manager: Gina Donnelly
Stage Manager: Sinead Owens
Facilitation Team: Matt Faris, Nick McCafferty, Louise Mathews, Dan Leith, Margaret Carlin, Nikki Doherty, Lara McIvor, Mary Jordan, Rachel McCabe, Mark Claney
Ensemble NI Participating Community Groups: Decorum NI, Stage Beyond, Quakers Service, Rathenraw Youth Group, Community Relations Forum, Millisle Health & Wellbeing, Cookstown Youth Club, Armoy Youth Club, Barnardos, Include Youth