Category Archives: Tate
I had a fantastic day yesterday (Saturday 5th March) performing The Frog Prince & Other Peculiar Tales in my hometown of Trafford. On a lovely buzzy morning Steve & I drove up from Beeston with our lovely green van which … Continue reading
BallPond Bobby, our groundbreaking work forearly years audiences featured last weekend as part of the Tate Livepool ‘colour chart’ exhibition. Four packed and sold out shows looked beautful in the ground floor space which featured a major wall drawing by … Continue reading
Ball Pond Bobby Photograph by DNA Puppetry and Visual Theatre Saturday 15 – Sunday 16 August 2009 Bobby’s trip to the Ball pond takes us into another world as we dive deep down into a child’s imagination…through the universe of … Continue reading
Here’s a good quote about the collaborative work Rachel has recently completed from The Independent newspaper – “The most satisfying piece here is by Xijing Men, a collective of three artists from China, Japan and South Korea. Inspired by the … Continue reading
Shadow puppets inspired by Orient enchant young viewers at Tate Liverpool Jan 5 2009 by Laura Sharpe, Liverpool Daily Post SHADOW puppets created and operated by members of the Everyman Youth Theatre wowed visitors to Tate Liverpool yesterday. The team … Continue reading
These object assemblages were made by the Everyman Youth Theatre of the main characters in the story. Unfortunately they are not on display at The Fifth Floor exhibition, I dont know why?
Have had a really interesting time working with the Xijing Men and Liverpool Everyman youth theatre to make a shadow performance loosely based on the journey to the west story with a Liverpuddlian interpretation.