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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To mark the Bard's 450th birthday, theatre historian Tiffany Stern describes why director Beth Burns and her Hidden Room Theatre Company mounted an eighteenth century puppet version of 'Hamlet'.MORE INFORMATION
A visually accomplished piece of children's theatre that uses puppetry to bring some rather attractive discarded objects to life.MORE INFORMATION
Engaging and educational family theatre that uses a variety of puppetry techniques to celebrate Shakespeare.MORE INFORMATION
Ingenuity and wit shine through in this accomplished puppet show for young audiences.MORE INFORMATION
As romantic as it is traditional, this delightful marionette production has a gentle, bittersweet charm.MORE INFORMATION
A bicycle powered production for over eights featuring small scale puppets and live animation.MORE INFORMATION
30 years after its first broadcast, the celebrated and controversial satirical puppet show makes a welcome, temporary return with an exhibition at London's Cartoon Museum.MORE INFORMATION
This March, the Little Angel Theatre's FIRSTS festival premiered a selection of new works from young, emerging puppetry companies.MORE INFORMATION
Energetic and energising, this memorable puppetry piece is suffused with gypsy music and folk romance.MORE INFORMATION
Ahead of a Shakespeare themed show using characters from the V&A's puppetry collection, we meet writer and performer Allison Ouvry who has been given unique access to the archive.MORE INFORMATION