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.
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Editor – Helen Babbs
Writers – Jeremy Bidgood, Patricia Brennan, Leslie Burton, Matthew Isaac Cohen, Darren East, Kristin Fredricksson, Helen Jauregui, Song Jungmin, Katharine Kavanagh, Nigel Luck, Eleanor Margolies, Celia Mendizabal, Beccy Smith, Isobel Smith, EJ Stedman, Ellen de Vries
Bloggers – Louise Alexander, Joni-Rae Carrack, Beth Crane, Isabel Lyster, Boris & Sergey, The Paper Cinema
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As ‘The Elephantom’ opens at the National Theatre’s Shed, we talk to co-directors Toby Olié and Finn Caldwell about creating a new play with a huge ghost puppet as its star.MORE INFORMATION
A festive adventure story, featuring inventive shifts in scale and a lively original score.MORE INFORMATION
Linda Lewis, Director of the Puppet Centre, wants your ideas. And a Devoted and Disgruntled event on 11 December 2013 will give you the opportunity to do just that.MORE INFORMATION
An entrancing opera about Gandhi's early years, featuring huge puppets made from humble materials.MORE INFORMATION
A grown-up panto boasting aerial effects, fantasy puppets and memorable songs.MORE INFORMATION
Great puppet theatre meets great physical theatre, and existentialism, in this solo piece featuring large foam puppets.MORE INFORMATION
A bold and brave production using a life size horse puppet, this show provides intelligent comment on the euthanasia debate.MORE INFORMATION
Shadow puppetry is used to riff off contemporary concerns like climate change, economics and, of course, immigration.MORE INFORMATION
Multi sensory and masterfully designed, this is an original and captivating show executed with wit and style.MORE INFORMATION
It's Halloween – the perfect excuse to ponder the role puppets, particularly ventriloquists' dummies, play in the horror genre.MORE INFORMATION