It’s been six years since our last Puppetology programme so we thought it high time it was resurrected.
This programme disproves the notion that puppets are mere child’s play. It’s a bear-eat-bear world in Paloma Baeza’s BAFTA winning Poles Apart until devastating environmental destruction forces an unlikely, and charming, alliance. In Brian and Charles, the introduction of a homemade housemate sets off a hilarious roller coaster of isolation, companionship and cabbages. Altogether a delightful, string-free shake-up of what we expect from the form of puppetry.
Brian and Charles
Dir: Jim Archer (UK 2017, 12 mins)
Dir: Kangmin Kim (South Korea / US 2017, 4 mins)
Wilfrid Sculpts Will
Dir: Lisa Morgenthau (UK 2016, 5 mins)
Dir: Jillian Mayer, Lucas Leyva (US 2017, 13 mins)
Dir: Paloma Baeza (UK 2017, 12 mins)
Dir: Niki Lindroth Von Bahr (Sweden 2016, 14 mins)
Please note this performance is not wheelchair accessible. We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Please note the venue has changed, Puppetology will now be held at Dig Brew.