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Puppetry and Politics

Lecture by Dr John Bell, director of the Ballard Museum of Puppetry and author of American Puppet Modernism

As part of the one-day 'Puppetry and Politics' Symposium at the Suspense London Puppetry Festival, Dr John Bell, director of the Ballard Museum of Puppetry in Connecticut and author of the prize-winning book American Puppet Modernism, will give the annual John Phillips Memorial Lecture at 11.15 am. Other speakers include Gary Friedman, of Puppets Against Apartheid (see www.africanpuppet.com), Jeremy Bidgood of the satirical shadow theatre Pangolin's Teatime, and members of New York's Great Small Works, purveyors of political toy theatre.


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Date and Time:

4 November 2011 at 11:00 am


Full Day



The Little Angel Theatre
14 Dagmar Passage
N1 2DN
020 7226 1787
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Organised by:

Puppet Notebook
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Available from:

By phone on 020 7226 1787 or via the Suspense website on www.suspensefestival.com

Additional Information:

The symposium ends at 3pm and will be followed by the British UNIMA AGM (free, all welcome)
British UNIMA www.unima.org.uk
Ballard Museum of Puppetry http://bimp.uconn.edu

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