Please check out a wee video taken during rehearsals for CELL as we explored the manipulation and flight of our puppet Ted. CELL is going through a Research and Development period, funded by Arts Council England.
Please head over to our Blog on this website to read about our new project with puppetry company Smoking Apples! CELL is an exploration of Motor Neurones Disease through puppetry, moveme
If you haven't already read about our company member, Peter John-Morton's Masters experiment in puppetry, go on ahead and read it here:
We are delighted to tell you all that Fringe Review have selected us as one of their Early Picks for this years Brighton Fringe!
We are also the New Currents Fringe 2013 preview. They have written a lovely and very touching article on us which you can read here:
Tangle Photography took some great photos of The Night of the Big Wind when we performed for IYAF, Rose Theatre, 2012. Please visit http://www.tanglephotography.co.uk/big_wind/h49d65e3a#h49d65e3a
And a big thanks to Tangle Photography for the beautiful images!
Company member, Peter John-Morton, now has an online portfolio. To have a look, here's the website link:
Check out some lovely photosof The Machine from The Civic Way Jubilee Street Party in Tunbridge Wells! Click on the link below:
Little Cauliflower need your help! We have set up a wefund page to help take our show The Night of the Big Wind to Edinburgh Fringe this year and we would really appreciate any donations. Last year we took our first show Street Dreams to Edinburgh and got fantastic reviews:
"The next few years are likely to see Little Cauliflower progress into one of the UK’s most significant producers of puppet theatre"
*****The New Current
We need your help to get there again and show our work to the largest gathering of arts professionals on the planet, as well as helping us with our marketing costs. Any donation, big or small would
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a Culture Award in the One to Watch Category! The award is: 'For an early career cultural organisation, group or individual with a promising track record to date and the clear potential to develop a long lasting career'. Many thanks to those in Canterbury who have supported us and given us amazing advice (The Gulbenkian Theatre, The University of Kent Drama Department, PANeK, Accidental Collective, Applause, Canterbury Festival and Year One Consulting to name but a d
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