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Puppet Space – 25 June to 12 July 2015

This exhibition shows a diversity of puppets made by professional puppet makers and by people who attended a puppet makers course at the Little Angel Theatre in Islington. It is curated by Alice Stanley who is a member of local art collective CreativeBloc.

Artists on display are Raven Kaliana, Judith Hope, Catherine Thomas, Mary Clare Klaber, Stella Salumaa, Wendy as well as Alice Stanley herself.

Puppets include:

  • The Big Friendly Giant (Mary Clare Klaber, 2014) from the Roahl Dahl story.
  • Malcolm (Raven Kaliana, 2006) created for productions of Macbeth.
  • Teethy One (Stella Salumaa, 2014) used for a music video.
  • Orange Monkey (Alice Stanley, 2015) inspired by the logo of Alice’s company.

“Some puppets in the show will be nice and smiley, some bizarre, even scary or freaky, as some say – so just leave your puppet fears from childhood behind and get ready for another journey into the world of imagination”.

The show is part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail.




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