City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Puppetry


Snapshots 3, manipulate Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Snapshots is a series produced under the manipulate Festival, Puppet Animation Scotland’s annual celebration of innovative visual theatre and animated film.

Beguiled, manipulate Festival, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Beguiled is a double-bill of two haunting and imaginative pieces by surreal visual theatre company, Invisible Thread.

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Flutter, Assembly Roxy, Review

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Where better to stage a show set in the imagined frozen north than the less than cosy main hall that is Assembly Roxy.

Henry, Pleasance Dome, Review

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This year, London based master puppeteers, Blind Summit, bring their UK première of Henry: A Puppet Possessed, that was produced in association with the Italian Cultural Centre in Pistoia, il

Famous Puppet Death Scenes, CanadaHub @ King’s Hall, Review

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Canada’s Old Trout Puppet Workshop may work with small figures but they are absolute giants in the field of puppetry.

Edinburgh based theatre company Tortoise in a Nutshell makes welcome return to 2018 Fringe

This August, Edinburgh based visual theatre company Tortoise in a Nutshell returns to the Fringe with their 2015 Imaginate commissioned show The Lost Things.

The Road That Wasn't There, EICF, Lyra, Review

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Trick of The Light and Zanetti Productions brings a haunting tale for children aged 8-13years, all the way from New Zealand.

We Come From Far, Far, Away, EICF, Lauriston Hall, Review

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Theatre Company NIE (New International Encounter) has, for sixteen years, co-created performances with venues and theatre companies across Europe.

OGO, EICF, Institut franҫais d’Ecosse, Review

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The new location of l’Institut franҫais d’Ecosse on George IV Bridge is the ideal spot for Ogo, the production created for wee souls (petits âmes) from the Canadian company of that very name,

Little Light, Puppet Animation Festival, Brunton, Review

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Taking off shoes and heading stocking soled in to an enticing Bedouin tent on the stage of the Brunton stage already holds intrigue for adults and curiosity for the children.