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Puppets, play and creativity – an interview with Jimmy Grimes

We caught up with Jimmy Grimes, director of our brand new production Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, to ask him about puppetry, creativity and Red Riding Hood. What can you tell us about the puppetry in Red Riding Hood and … Continue reading

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Autism and puppetry, a conversation with Josiah Carr

Ahead of his performance at the Autism Arts Festival we spoke to Josiah Carr, self-professed ‘King of Banter’ and member of our Spectrum Youth Theatre, about puppetry and creating theatre. “I believe puppetry is an important art form” Josiah Carr: I … Continue reading

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Make your own Origami Wolf

Have a go at making your very own Origami Wolf, inspired by our upcoming show, Red Riding Hood and the Wolf.                                       … Continue reading

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In conversation with: Tinka Slavicek

We caught up with Tinka Slavicek to talk about her background in puppetry ahead of our new course at Little Angel Theatre, Personality Puppets. “Play is absolutely the main thing.” When did you get the puppetry bug? In early childhood  – my … Continue reading

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Q&A with Jon Barton writer of Red Riding Hood and the Wolf

We caught up with Jon Barton, writer of our brand new production Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, to ask him about what inspires him as a writer. Little Angel Theatre: What was your favourite puppet from childhood? Jon Barton: My … Continue reading

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