At the beginning of September we set off on our adventure to Bornholm, a small Danish island off the coast of Sweden for the fabulous Bornholm Puppet Festival. Our van was packed to the gunnels with ‘Hullaba Lulu’, ‘The Flying Dodos’ and ‘The Mystery of the Sock Snatcher’, (plus various other materials and bits and bobs for our next adventure in Luxembourg). During our week here at the festival we saw many inspiring shows, met lots of interesting artists, and had some wonderful sight-seeing trips in this beautiful part of the world. We lapped up the last of the glorious sunny days of the year, camping in our hosts’ garden and walking on beaches around the island (also much enjoyed by Panchan the Dog). A definite highlight for both of us was “Goodbye Mr Muffin” by Denmark’s own Teater Refleksion. Plus, of course, the rhubarb ice-cream!
"Kit and Caboodle" is created and performed by Kathy and Andrew Kim, directed by Mark Whitaker with additional art by Kerith Ogden, Govi Asano and Ian Broscomb.
Video by Ian Hodgson and Rohan Green.
#GhostCaribou now with illuminated body. One week to go before their preview at @101outdoorarts #WWBlueprint #outdoorarts @WWconsortium https://t.co/P0NZZiliFR
Took a bit of figuring out but finally sorted out illuminated antlers; starting to look more like #GhostCaribou #WWBlueprint #outdoorarts @WWconsortium https://t.co/BnKsDjE7vO
Such a treat to play Kit and Caboodle to a hometown crowd today at @incredibledible Todmorden Harvest Festival. Lovely, open audiences, gorgeous food (all free!)--perfect place to wrap up our summer festival season! https://t.co/AKDswEwF4I
Such a treat to play Kit and Caboodle to a hometown crowd today at @incredibledible Todmorden Harvest Festival. Lovely, open audiences, gorgeous food (all free!)--perfect place to wrap up our summer festival season! pic.twitter.com/AKDswEwF4I— Thingumajig Theatre (@ThingumaTheatre) September 16, 2018
Kit making friends backstage at #Witham Puppet Festival @CreEncounter @FoolsParadiseUK https://t.co/P4EJzvsVfF
#GhostCaribou structure taking shape #WithoutWalls #WWBlueprint #outdoorarts @WWconsortium https://t.co/kiZ5QyJqeL
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