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, 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
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The Puppet Centre is 40 this year. To celebrate we're catching up with some of the people who have won Puppet Centre bursaries to find out how their eclectic careers have developed.MORE INFORMATION
Featuring five puppet shows by up-and-coming professional companies, the FIRSTS festival returns to the Little Angel later this month.MORE INFORMATION
Swiss performer Peter Rinderknecht discusses the important art of making intelligent and imaginative object theatre for young audiences.MORE INFORMATION
A double bass doubles up as a puppet theatre of sorts, in this slightly strange and imaginative performance for younger audiences.MORE INFORMATION
A live performance photographer discusses her fascination with puppets, especially the relationship between puppet and puppeteer.MORE INFORMATION
A series of skits created from the flimsiest of materials, this short puppet play lacks a strict narrative but delivers lots of laughs.MORE INFORMATION
A beautiful dance piece that evolves into something more obscure, this mime fest show features a show-stealing bunraku puppet.MORE INFORMATION
Raw dance, vivid shadow-play and a flamenco dress with a mind of its own combine in this intimate portrait of an artist.MORE INFORMATION
Offering us the life story of one of puppetry's greats, this biography explores the inner workings and outer achievements of a man with a huge heart and an enduring legacy.MORE INFORMATION
Dance, object play and music combine in a spiritually enticing but ideologically troubling performance.MORE INFORMATION