A TOUCHING SHADOW PLAY ABOUT

LONELY GIANTS, COMETS & CATASTROPHE

NEWS

We'll be announcing some performance times more suited for younger audiences soon. 


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Thank you to everyone who has joined us so far'

It's been so nice to see your faces. 

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ABOUT

Join us for an evening of shadows and music as we share the story of two lonely giants falling in love in the wake of a comet, accompanied by a stunning original live score from Benjamin Yellowitz & Sian Herbert that will pluck at your heartstrings and make you sing with joy.

This new folk tale will draw you in to a world of shadow and light through one of the world's oldest forms of puppetry, presented by a collective of international artists united through the turmoil of this year. 

Written and directed by visual theatre maker Alex Podger, with puppets by Caitlin Strongarm, the story is guided by Alex Gomar's charming narration into the mythopoetic world of two islands and the curious people that live there.

If you missed live theatre, wait no longer; seating is socially distanced. 

Benjamin Yellowitz in Concert | 30 mins

Interval | 15 mins

Anytime The Wind Can Change | 40 mins

Featured Songs: 

South Theme by Andrew Veivers
Anytime The Wind Can Change by Kavisha Mazella & Arnold Zable

UPCOMING SHOWS

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Tues 20 Oct | London

Costa Del Tottenham (The Cause)

Tuesdays, Doors 6pm for 6.30pm
Bar open until 9.30pm
Food Available

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Tues 27 Oct | London

Costa Del Tottenham (The Cause)

Tuesday, Doors 6pm for 6.30pm
Bar open until 9.30pm
Food Available

ARTISTS

ALEX PODGER

Writer | Director | Puppeteer | Co-Producer

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CAITLIN STRONGARM

Puppet Artist | Puppeteer

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BENJAMIN YELLOWITZ

Composer | Musician

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SHADOW PUPPET KITS

Please be careful with the split pins - they are sharp! 
You will need your own tape to secure the sticks to the puppet.
Flexible tape like cloth, electrical or duct tape works best. 
You can make a screen with any light coloured fabric and a light. 

Instruction video below:

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