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Babies and the art of play

by Greta Clough, Artistic Director of Old Saw I always think the way that puppeteers first approach a puppet or object is uncannily similar to the way babies play.  A baby sees a ball and they don’t think to themselves … Continue reading

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The Purpose of a Relaxed Performance

Little Angel Theatre’s Education and Participation Manager, Slavka Jovanovic, looks at how Little Angel Theatre are developing their “Access to Theatre” policy by presenting “Relaxed Performances” of their in-house productions. This blog first appeared in The Stage newspaper in June … Continue reading

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Interning at Little Angel Theatre: Linda

When I first told my classmates at university that I was going to do a placement at a puppet theatre most of them reacted with exactly the same childish smile as I did when I first came to LAT. This … Continue reading

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FIRSTS Festival: Cat in the Cupboard

REHEARSAL BLOG Monday There’s probably an old Chinese proverb that says if you’re going to put on a play you’ve written yourselves don’t make the central character a cat who’s as big as a village.  It says something about our … Continue reading

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Spring Visitors Season 2012 – Adult

Puppetry is not just for children! We were considering making this the tagline for our Spring Visitors Season of Adult Puppetry Work but it didn’t make it into the final proof of the brochure. Doh. Instead what we have is … Continue reading

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