We run puppetry and puppet-making workshops for community groups, individuals of all ages and schools.
A large part of our work focuses on fostering an interest in the natural environment. We are currently planning a series of outdoor workshops for budding puppeteers of all ages, which will involve foraging for natural materials, making a puppet and exploring stories with your puppet.
If you are interested in booking a workshop for yourself or your organisation, get in touch with us via the ‘Contact us’ page and we can have a chat about your requirements.
Given the nationwide lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are not currently offering any in-person workshops, but we look forward to starting these up when it is safe to come out and play again. Meanwhile, take a look at our online creative tutorials below.
Online creative tutorials
Make a little rock pool theatre and puppets out of an empty soap box, a few toilet roll tubes and some other bits and pieces.
In this ten-minute video tutorial, we show you how to make a badger hand puppet out of an egg box and a black glove.
Welcome to our first ten-minute tutorial. This week it’s Hedgehog Awareness Week, so we are going to show you how to make a hedgehog puppet out of an egg box.
Hedgehogs are the UK’s favourite mammals, but sadly they have become a rare sight in recent years. Here are some ideas for making your own hedgehog at home.
Wondering what to do with all those empty toilet roll tubes now the panic buying is over? Here’s how to make a friendly spider puppet from a loo roll tube, a shell and some other bits and bobs.
If you have enjoyed any of our online tutorials and would like to support us through these difficult times, you can make a donation to Nosey Hedgehog Puppetry through PayPal:
With live performances not expected to re-start until Spring 2021 and in-person workshops impossible at the moment, we as a theatre company currently have no way to support ourselves financially other than through creating online content. Any donation you make, no matter how small, will help us pay the professional artists we work with and continue to develop our first show, When Seagulls Saved the World, that we hope to bring to audiences next year.
Thank you for your generosity and support.