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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What the geniuses behind the ‘The Animals and Children Took to the Streets’ did next.MORE INFORMATION
A fresh, funny and inventive piece of visual-physical-puppet theatre for kids.
As Puppet Centre clocks up 40 years, founding member Penny Francis continues her history series, this time looking at the period from 1984-1989.MORE INFORMATION
A special screening at the BFI this December will star loveable puppets from the past. But what makes good TV puppetry?MORE INFORMATION
A double-bill of short plays, packed with laughs, talent and ideas.MORE INFORMATION
A dark comic riff on the Pinocchio story with some surprisingly poignant parts.MORE INFORMATION
Circus, dance, animation and object theatre combine in this family show.MORE INFORMATION
As Puppet Centre clocks up 40 years, founding member Penny Francis continues her history series, this time looking at the organisation's first decade.MORE INFORMATION
A bonkers but brilliant feature length stop motion animation from Estonia, tackling the plight of refugees.MORE INFORMATION
An anthology of animated shorts that delve into the darker dimensions of human existence.MORE INFORMATION