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 – Cariad Astles, Jeremy Bidgood, Beth Crane, Darren East, Penny Francis, Helen Jauregui, Katharine Kavanagh, Nigel Luck, Celia Mendizabal, Isobel Smith, Jungmin Song, EJ Stedman, Alexander Winfield
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A muscular portrait of an artist, featuring stunning set, light and sound design.MORE INFORMATION
Incredible lighting and sound design combine with brilliant mime in this dystopian cautionary tale.MORE INFORMATION
A one man, wordless comedy sketch show from the makers of Boris & Sergey.MORE INFORMATION
A classic tale is given a new lease of life in this magical puppet production.MORE INFORMATION
An exisquite dance piece with dynamic puppetry that explores the doctor/patient divide.MORE INFORMATION
A gloriously chaotic production inspired by the fairground theatres that wandered Europe a hundred years ago.MORE INFORMATION
As Puppet Centre clocks up 40 years, founding member Penny Francis continues her history series, this time looking at the early 1990s.MORE INFORMATION
A charming and inventive production that treats its young audience with respect.MORE INFORMATION
Shamira Turner plays lead character Robert Robertson in 1927's new show 'Golem', now playing at London's Young Vic. We quiz her about what it's like to act with animations.MORE INFORMATION
Sheets of cardboard, simple projections and homemade sound effects combine in this show for kids.MORE INFORMATION