Manipulate and Play

Liz Walker, Invisible Thread
Little Angel Theatre in association with London International Mime Festival

Saturday 20th January 2018

About the Workshop

Through simple led improvisations this workshop will cover the manipulation of materials, objects and 2 person articulated ‘Bunraku’ style puppets. It will explore objects as props and as characters and also ways of performing ie relationship between the performer, puppet and action.  There will also be an exploration of a short text and a visual response to it.

This class is for the enthusiastic student of visual theatre, professional or amateur, who has a keen interest in puppetry. As this is an active workshop students should wear loose fitting clothes and sensible shoes.

About the Tutor

Liz Walker was co-founder of Faulty Optic (1988-2010) which was world renowned for its visually striking shows, use of live-projected video and cranky mechanical sets. In 2011 she founded Invisible Thread shows include Fish, Clay Perspex, Plucked and Les Hommes Vides‘the quirky little gem of this year’s mime festival‘ (The Stage, 2013).

Liz Walker has delivered workshops for Manipulate Festival, Suspense and Curious School of Puppetry.  Her most recent artistic work includes making puppets and props for Brecht’s Life of Galileo, Young Vic, London, Weather Forecast a sand and cut-out animation film for Leeds Light Night. She is currently working on a small scale ‘toy theatre’ type performance Catmother.

Booking, location & dates

Saturday 20th January 2018
Little Angel Studios
£60/50 concessions

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About London International Mime Festival

10th January to 3rd February 2018

London International Mime Festival presents a selection of innovative physical and visual theatre from around the world, including three festival co-commissioned works from British companies: Arbonauts, Gandini Juggling and Vamos. It is supported by a comprehensive workshop programme of which Little Angel is proud to be a part of.

Information about the festival can be found here:

“This epic festival showcases some of the most gaspworthy theatre you will see all year”  The Guardian