Animations Online is a web-based magazine for contemporary puppetry and object theatre. We explore the full spectrum of practice, ranging from traditional puppetry to experimental visual theatre, art and film.
Send story ideas and show information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor – Helen Babbs
Writers – Jeremy Bidgood, Patricia Brennan, Leslie Burton, Matthew Isaac Cohen, Darren East, Kristin Fredricksson, Joanna Hruby, Helen Jauregui, Song Jungmin, Katharine Kavanagh, Nigel Luck, Eleanor Margolies, Celia Mendizabal, Beccy Smith, Isobel Smith, EJ Stedman, Ellen de Vries, Alexander Winfield
Bloggers – Louise Alexander, Joni-Rae Carrack, Beth Crane, Nina Gebauer, Isabel Lyster, Boris & Sergey, The Paper Cinema
Join us – email email@example.com if you're interested in writing for us
A poignant and dignified revival of a 1997 play with puppets that explores political transition in post-apartheid South Africa.MORE INFORMATION
Equal parts cinema, puppet theatre and gig, this innovative show from scratch DJ Kid Koala is based on his graphic novel of the same name.MORE INFORMATION
Puppets, animation and a rock 'n' roll soundscape combine in this innovative adaptation of Milton's epic poem.MORE INFORMATION
A riotous comedy show featuring astronaut bears and some well thought out shadow work.MORE INFORMATION
A touching and visually imaginative performance, featuring shadow work, rod puppetry and object theatre.MORE INFORMATION
A camp, ridiculous romp through a zoo-full of fictional creatures and their peculiar keepers.MORE INFORMATION
Dance and cartoons combine in a piece that blends live choreography with shadow and projection imagery.MORE INFORMATION
Family friendly dance show inspired by the surreal paintings of Magritte, featuring joyful object and shadow work.MORE INFORMATION
A cheerful, energetic and surreal puppet adaptation of Tove Jansson's fifth Moomin book.MORE INFORMATION
Is puppetry a particularly effective way of exploring the challenging issues of the so-called Great War? We talk to Handspring, Les Enfants Terribles and Metta Theatre to find out.MORE INFORMATION