16 May 2022
Brighton Fringe: "Django in Pain" review
This table-top puppet piece about a man with severe depression and his dog is surprisingly touching and altogether impressive.
8 April 2020 – 9 April 2020
The Elves and the Shoemaker
Stuff and Nonsense Theatre Company returns with a brilliant adaptation of The Elves and the Shoemaker.
11 January 2020 – 1 February 2020
MANIPULATE Festival Young Critics programme
If you live in Scotland and are interested in theatre and performance, find out more about this opportunity in February.
19 October 2019
Life of Pi Review
Review of Life of Pi at the Crucible, Sheffield
22 May 2019
Kotoku and The Moon Child
A puppet show hailing from New Zealand, aimed at children and adults alike, this production was like nothing I'd ever seen.
13 August 2018
A well-written, emotive play about how childhood scars can hurt us long into out adult lives
4 June 2018
Bark and B at Brighton Fringe 2018
An at times entertaining, part improv, part puppetry and partly tender tale that doesn't quite deliver.
4 March 2018
War Horse at the Bradford Alhambra Theatre
A review of the National Theatre's production of War Horse on tour at the Bradford Alhambra Theatre.
15 August 2017
I don't know if Beadledom was made so that you sat through Omega as exposition to get the meaty imagination of Alpha, but the comparative excitement made it seem that way.
25 July 2017
The Little Match Girl and Other Happier Tales Reveiw
The Little Match Girl and Other Happier Tales was a show on at the Sam Wannermaker Playhouses in London that I saw and reviewed for my silver arts award, it was based off the stories by Hans Christian Andersen and directed and co-adapted by Emma Rice and Joel Horwood. The show included acting, singing, dancing, music and puppetry and was put on in a candle light theatre
12 July 2017
The Welcoming Party review
In the mid-renovation 1830 Warehouse at the Museum of Science and Industry is a cross-form, multi-sensory, multi-location family production.
31 May 2017
The Tale of the Cockatrice
A charming and entertaining hour of storytelling and puppetry.
15 August 2016
Boris & Sergey: Preposterous Improvisation Experiment
Improvised puppetry – what more could you want?