"The Man Who Had No Luck"
A two-man medieval style show. Turbert of Honiton goes in search of good fortune. Full of daft humour and props, eccentric puppets and audience participation!
Suitable for ages 6-100, this show has been particularly popular at historically themed events. Can be performed indoors and out.
Running time: approx 35 mins
(can be performed several times a day)
"Chat To A Rat!"
One of my most popular creations! Loved by young and old alike.
Rastus the Rat sits in a small (but beautifully formed) medieval style puppet booth and chats to passers-by. All the interaction is improvised and hilarious results are quickly achieved. Rastus has performed at fairs, cabaret clubs, stately homes, zoos and was even the ticket collector for a marquee ball. He has also been used for healthy eating education in schools!
Ideal for outdoor events and street fairs as the puppet booth is free-standing and needs little space.
I normally perform with Rastus throughout an events' duration in 15-20 minute stretches.
"My children and I met Rastus the Rat at Vivary Park, Taunton and we loved him! My son hasn't stopped talking about Rastus yet"
"We would just like to say how much we appreciated your hard and skillful work. It was definitely a very popular attraction"
John Herbert-Stockland Fair
"Dr Thomas Clinker's Piratical Extravaganza"
(Available June 2011)
A puppet show of minute epic spectacle!
Sea monsters! Ship battles! Storms and shipwrecks! Pirate swordfights! Whale riding! All crammed in a small puppet booth! Gasp! This show uses a variety of tiny but beautifully made sets, puppets and props to tell of the outrageous adventures of Captain Jeramiah Obedia the luckiest man in England!
This short (but very busy!) show goes in tandem with my pirate/walkabout show as part of 'TyburnJig Theatre
"Thank you for your splendid performances at the Devon County Show. The puppets and your banter certainly added much to the exhibit"
Linda Turner - Exeter City Council