We are street theatre alchemists, theatrical engineers and master puppet makers, continuing in the proud and ancient traditions of nomadic Showmen. Our mission is to turn the world on its head, ignite the imagination by achieving the impossible and serve humanity by reinventing the puppet, mask and clown for contemporary audiences. We fuse special effects artistry & street theatre spectacle to create a Jabberwocky world of roving eccentrica, interactive performance and shows. Inspired by the belief that street arts are the most accessible, democratic and altruistic of art forms, we deliver our exotic beasts in our communities beating cultural & economic hearts. Touching the residents, transforming the space & hoping to leave these communities, our society and this world with a sense that for the courageous heart, anything is possible!
BBC / The Royal Family / No 10 Downing Street / Ministry of Defence / Royal Opera House / Punch Drunk Theatrical Experiences / London Olympics 2012 / Gatwick Airport Airside 2016 -17 / P2BK 2013 & 14 (Kuwait) / Sumarecon Mall (Indonesia) / City of Wings 2013 (Belgium) / Ce Plage à la fin du Monde (France) / Tallhin Celebration (Estonia) / Dubai Shopping Festival / Remal International Festival (Kuwait) / Flipside Festival (Singapore) / Monaco International Festival (Monaco) / Festivalito (Spain) / Doha International Spring Festival / Festival of Fools (Belfast) / Golden Mask Festival (Russia) / Glastonbury Festival / Wilderness Festival / Freedom Festival, Hull / Greenbelt Festival / Cornbury Festival / Nottingham Riverside Festival / Presfest / Weee! Festival / The Big Splash / Witham Puppet Festival / Beverly Puppet Festival / Oldham Festival / May Day Parade, Ghent / Formula One Bahrain / HSBC / Royal Bank of Scotland / Fitch Ratings Ltd / Bloomberg / Facebook / BP / Westfield / E20 / Coca Cola / Pret / Nimans / Alnwick Garden / Centre Parcs / Yorkshire Wildlife Park / Marwell Zoo / Oxford St Christmas Illuminations / Help for Heroes / HMS Excellent / RAF Northolt / And thousands of shopping centres, business improvement districts, festivals, and private parties....phew! Where haven't we been?