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Category Archives: Puppetry

Lyndie Wright in conversation with Ronnie Le Drew and Linda Stanfield (part 1 of 3) #LATat55 – Little Angel Theatre: The Blog

To celebrate the theatre’s 55th birthday we’re sharing a story  or conversation every week for the next year. Expect tales from puppeteers, makers, staff members and brilliant people wh… Source: Lyndie … Continue reading

12/05/2016 · Leave a comment

A New Kind of Puppet invented by a British Lad

This is going to change the face of puppetry. And the British lad must surely be on his way to a fortune! Source: This Kid Invented A Clever New Puppet … Continue reading

12/04/2016 · 2 Comments

Training at Little Angel Theatre, a first hand account – Little Angel Theatre: The Blog

Meet Isabel Nellie Walters, a young advocate of puppetry. I started learning puppetry seven years ago, when I was eleven, taking part in a short summer course (Islington Summerversity) where … Continue reading

07/28/2016 · Leave a comment

Theatre Review: The Little Prince | crafty theatre

If you have ever created theatre for little kids you know that there are no rhetorical questions in the theatre. Throw a question at a very young child and it … Continue reading

07/09/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • THE MAN WHO PLANTED TREES • Puppet State @ Unicorn Theatre [tour] • 2008

This is a genuinely lovely piece of work. It comes garlanded with praise from the previous two Edinburgh Festivals and rightly so. Puppet State Theatre Company have adapted French writer … Continue reading

03/20/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • PERÔ • Speertheater at The Unicorn Theatre • 2008

Dutch theatre company Speeltheater have arrived at The Unicorn Theatre bearing puppets, music and moonshine. Guus Ponsioen’s adaptation of French author Michel Tournier’s children’s book Pierrot ou les secrets de … Continue reading

01/28/2016 · Leave a comment

The History Girls: Meeting Mr. Punch, by Y S Lee

Originally posted on The History Girls. As one of the international History Girls, I didn’t grow up with Punch and Judy. I knew vaguely who they were, and thought I understood … Continue reading

08/03/2015 · 1 Comment

The Punch & Judy Festival in Covent Garden | Spitalfields Life

Originally posted on Spitalfields Life Today I preview the annual Punch & Judy Festival which is held this year on Sunday 10th May. On 9th May 1662, Samuel Pepys wrote in … Continue reading

05/06/2015 · Leave a comment

Lyndie Wright, Puppeteer | Spitalfields Life

The Little Angel Theatre is a magical world where marionettes reign supreme. Lyndie and John Wright’s work was an important part of my childhood in the 1960s and trips to see … Continue reading

08/26/2014 · Leave a comment