Nottingham Puppet Festival announces full line up for 2024
Nottingham Puppet Festival has announced the full line up of events for the 2024 festival, taking place at venues across the city from Tuesday 9 to Sunday 21 April. An Arts…Read more: 'Nottingham Puppet Festival announces full line up for 2024'
Puppetry & Wellbeing – Talks at Nottingham Trent University
Following on from the Nottingham Puppet 2018 puppetry talk series, the 2021 Festival series celebrated puppetry with talks and debates around reaching new audiences and widening participation. Our speakers are…Read more: 'Puppetry & Wellbeing – Talks at Nottingham Trent University'
‘The Dancers’ by Ahau Marionetas
Presented online, this show is about two dancers and their crazy magic radio. As the dancers perform to their traditional Portuguese music, the radio transports them around the world -…Read more: '‘The Dancers’ by Ahau Marionetas'
‘I am Nad’ by Daniel Dore
This is Nad. He's spent his life in the sink. Like all of us, Nad is just trying to navigate his existence as a sponge with abandonment issues... Life is…Read more: '‘I am Nad’ by Daniel Dore'
Ayup puppet!…the Nottingham Puppet Festival is back
Working in partnership, the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall, City Arts Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, have announced dates for the Nottingham Puppet Festival which will take place this…Read more: 'Ayup puppet!…the Nottingham Puppet Festival is back'
Thousands enjoy puppets over four fantastic days in Nottingham!
On Sunday 25 March, the final day of Nottingham’s first ever Puppet Festival, the two stars of The National Theatre's War Horse Joey and Topthorn, surprised passers-by as they paraded outside the Theatre…Read more: 'Thousands enjoy puppets over four fantastic days in Nottingham!'
The 2018 festival in pictures
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The power of puppetry
Rachel Reeves has written an article on the Power of Puppetry to explore human emotions and experiences: Lily and I had a lot in common – both brown-haired young women…Read more: 'The power of puppetry'
An accessible festival
One of the priorities for Nottingham’s first ever Puppet Festival is that it's a great event that everyone can access, and so it’s really important that there are opportunities for…Read more: 'An accessible festival'
Not just for kids
Ever seen a weight-lifting mouse or Burlesque puppet show? Perhaps you’re a fan of the 80s hit Spitting Image, or F.A.B. about Thunderbirds? Whichever it might be, you’re in for…Read more: 'Not just for kids'