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Bristol Festival of Puppetry

Puppetry News Round-up: Gone too long edition

By on August 2, 2015

The Weekly Puppetry News Round-Up makes its return after being gone far, far too long.

This Ape wants you to grow a garden

This Ape wants you to grow a garden

By on May 13, 2015

Belgian puppeteer/animators Marc & Emma create a Garden Ape to encourage home gardening in Belgium with this charming public service announcement.

Benjamin Moore puppet characters

Just a couple of puppets trying to sell you paint

By on May 12, 2015

Legacy Effects builds two puppets named Bruce and Carl to star in a new advertising campaign for Benjamin Moore Paint.

International Puppetry Institute

Weekly Puppetry News Round-Up: Puppetry Institute Edition

By on May 11, 2015

Your weekly look at new opportunities, events and what's happening in the art of puppetry around the world.

This is your brain on puppetry

This is your brain on puppetry

By on May 8, 2015

Mervyn Millar explores why audiences identify with puppets in an TEDx talk from London, England.

James Godwin in Flat Iron Hex

Weekly Puppetry News Round-Up: Flat Iron Hex Edition

By on April 27, 2015

Spring has sprung this week and brought with it lots of international puppetry news and opportunities in our latest Puppetry News Round-Up.

BB-8 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens

All about that new Star Wars Droid BB-8

By on April 20, 2015

BB-8, the new fan favourite Star Wars character, is real and he's spectacular.


Weekly Puppetry News Round-Up: Newzoids Edition

By on April 20, 2015

New satirical puppets in the UK, a four century old puppet troupe in Vietnam and legendary creatures on sale in Los Angeles...discover what's new in puppetry around the world.

Puppet Nation’s Game Of Cronies

Puppet Nation’s Game Of Cronies

By on April 19, 2015

After winning seven SAFTA Awards in its seventh season, Puppet National ZA takes aim at some of its favourite targets with an ambitious Game of Thrones parody.