We are passionate about stories, folklore and mythology, and are inspired by the natural world, unconventional performance spaces and all things homegrown and handmade.
We create all our puppets, costumes, sets and props ourselves and produce our own original scripts.
We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainability in theatre and taking responsibility for our environmental impact.
We aim to use recycled and re-purposed materials in the creation of our puppets, animations, sets and costumes, and to promote greener theatre in our workshops and education projects.
In 2020, we have continued to tour our popular family show Tweethearts, and have updated our fabulous Puppet Parties to include new seasonal adventures and delightful characters. During the UK lockdown and theatre closures, we brought the magical world of Rust & Stardust online, sharing puppet making and craft tutorials, meet the puppets videos and more on our YouTube Channel.
This follows an extremely busy and successful 2019, which saw a dizzying array of puppet parties, workshops and shows, including Tweethearts and The Moose on the Moon, performances of Seeing Stars at Lancashire Science Festival, and a new puppet adaptation of The Tempest.