We are currently developing a new show called When Seagulls Saved the World. Using new writing, live music and puppetry, the show will explore the effect plastic pollution is having on our coastal communities and what we can do about it.
The research and development (R&D) period for this show was due to take place this June, funding dependent, as part of an artist residency at the Fish Factory Art Space in Penryn. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 pandemic this will not be able to go ahead as planned, but we are looking at ways to continue developing this project during the lockdown from the safety of our own homes.
Once the show is ready and it is safe for us all to gather again we hope to tour When Seagulls Saved the World to coastal communities around Cornwall and the South West. Alongside the tour schedule we will be offering school workshops exploring the themes in the show through simple puppet-making and puppetry.
If you would like to support our work on making this show, you can donate to Nosey Hedgehog Puppetry through PayPal:
Any donations received will go towards paying the professional artists we work with, covering the costs of running the company and developing new work.
Thank you for your generosity and support.