Join us for the next Creative Cafe 23 February 7.30pm at Puppet Place


Following on from her provocation a few years back (Has The Popularity of War Horse Killed Off Innovation in UK Puppetry?) Puppet Place’s CEO,  Rachel McNally,  will reflect on developments in UK puppetry and re-consider why it is important to ask these questions in the current political climate, as artists, as audiences and members of our society.

At Puppet Place, we have always defined puppetry as a universal artform, as festival producers we have always tried to push the boundaries of the artform including stop-frame animation, object manipulation and traditional forms  in the puppetry family. How do we now exploit this broad and innovative practice to make sense of our world and ensure puppetry continues to be relevant and vital to future generations.

This Creative Cafe is a space to ask these questions and, maybe, figure out some answers all together.


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