A riotous and remarkable celebration of colour and wonder inspired by the work of Miró.
A fabulously macabre show based on the 'Beggar's Opera', featuring puppetry and acrobatics.
Dance and cartoons combine in a piece that blends live choreography with shadow and projection imagery.
A beautiful dance piece that evolves into something more obscure, this mime fest show features a show-stealing bunraku puppet.
Raw dance, vivid shadow-play and a flamenco dress with a mind of its own combine in this intimate portrait of an artist.
A visually inventive show, exploring the nature of memory and relationships through unusual dance, mask and puppetry.
Great puppet theatre meets great physical theatre, and existentialism, in this solo piece featuring large foam puppets.
Elemental animation at its most simple and powerful, this short performance breathes life and poetry into the humble plastic bag.
A comic opera with bite, based on a short story by Dostoyevksy and featuring an impressive rod puppet star.
An affecting performance blending puppetry and contemporary dance, 'Headcase' tackles mental health issues with honesty and humour.
An imaginative production that tells Hans Christian Andersen's tale using all kinds of different types of puppetry, animation and projection.
An experimental. ambitious and wordless performance that is as much dance, mime and symphony as it is puppet theatre, and is an example of interdisciplinary theatre at its best.
Within the subterranean bowels of The Tanks, something primitive animates the darkness of Tate Modern’s dramatic new gallery space. Don't miss Ruairi Glynn's dramatic new robotic installation next week.