This unusual exhibition of artwork and films explores religious fundamentalism, and features hundreds of intricate marionettes.
International puppetry acts will flood into Bristol at the end of August, as the city’s biennial puppetry festival begins. Producers Rachel McNally and Chris Pirie talk about the process of putting on a festival.
Amusing automatons made of rusting junk and found objects see tortured Christian saints re-imagined and made interactive.
The SPILL Festival of performance launches in Ipswich next week, offering five days of experimental theatre and live art from a host of international performers.
Puppetry features in this year’s Turner Prize at Tate Britain. Spartacus Chetwynd has been nominated for her solo exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, London.
As you walk through the city, people spill from cafes in true Mediterranean style as dust kicks up from crumbling streets. And, hidden within Palermo’s small alleys, are the cavernous puppet theatres of the Opera Dei Pupi.