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Publicity photo for 'Cattle Raid of Cooly' show
Publicity photo for 'Cattle Raid of Cooly' but we've discovered someone has scribbled on our faces!
Drilling a viking shieldwall with school children.'Discovery Visit' at Old Sarum Castle (for English Heritage)
Performing at Exeter Heritage weekend. The little man puppet is 'Turbert' from the show 'The Man Who Had No Luck'
Grythwas - a latex puppet I built and perform with.
1. Publicity photo for 'Cattle Raid of Cooly' show
2. Same as 1, but we've discovered someone has scribbled on our faces!
3. Drilling a viking shieldwall with school children. 
'Discovery Visit' at Old Sarum Castle (for English Heritage)
4. Performing at Exeter Heritage weekend.  The little man puppet is 'Turbert' from the show 'The Man Who Had No Luck'.
5. Grythwas - a latex puppet I built and perform with.
Myself and Jon Freeman performing pirate tales at Moseley Folk Festival (see www.squidoo.com/TyburnJig for details of our two-man shows/walkabouts).
Myself and Jon Freeman performing pirate tales at Moseley Folk Festival (see www.squidoo.com/TyburnJig for details of our two-man shows/walkabouts).
An Elf Queen puppet sculpted by Mark Cordory (of Dr Who fame) and painted by myself. She was used in a short TV pilot, 'Thomas The Rhymer' I was involved in.
Telling tales and explaining site specific history at Tintagel Castle (for English Heritage).
A Spriggan puppet I made for 'Thomas The Rhymer' pilot.
6. Myself and Jon Freeman performing pirate tales at Moseley Folk Festival (see website for details of our two-man shows/walkabouts).
7. Myself and Jon Freeman performing pirate tales at Moseley Folk Festival .
8. An Elf Queen puppet sculpted by Mark Cordory (of Dr Who fame) and painted by myself.  She was used in a short TV pilot, 'Thomas The Rhymer' I was involved in.
9. Telling tales and explaining site specific history at Tintagel Castle (for English Heritage).
10. A Spriggan puppet I made for 'Thomas The Rhymer' pilot.
Myself as 'Midden' in 'Thomas the Rhymer'. My most glamourous role to date!
Goblin puppet for 'Thomas The Rhymer' made by James Morris and myself.
Rastus the Rat being his usual cheeky self at Muchelny Abbey Michaelmas Fair (English Heritiage event).
Victorian 'Heroes of the Empire', Jon Freeman and Myself at Blists Hill Victorian Village.
Captain Flotsam and Jessie the seagull - Stars of Westcountry TV's often surreal cult childrens' show 'Birthday People'. I operated and voiced Jessie and wrote half the scripts.
11. Myself as 'Midden' in 'Thomas the Rhymer'.  My most glamourous role to date!
12. Goblin puppet for 'Thomas The Rhymer' made by James Morris and myself.
13. Rastus the Rat being his usual cheeky self at Muchelny Abbey Michaelmas Fair (English Heritiage event).
14. Victorian 'Heroes of the Empire', Jon Freeman and Myself at Blists Hill Victorian Village.
15. Captain Flotsam and Jessie the Seagull - Stars of Westcountry TV's show 'Birthday People'.  I operated and voiced Jessie and wrote half the scripts.
Photo Credits:
many thanks to Roy Smallpage, Karen Taylor and Brett Wilde for allowing me to use some of their great photos (and to those other people who kindly gave me pictures, whose names I sadly no longer have).
Rattlebox Theatre | Telephone: 07946 707537 | Email: dave@rattleboxtheatre.com
Tricorn Shonky!