manipulate Visual Theatre Festival provides artists and audiences with the opportunity to see and engage with world-class, Scottish, UK and international visual theatre and animated film. manipulate celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2017.
Puppet Animation Festival tours a diverse programme of children’s puppet performances, animated films and workshops throughout Scotland every Easter. It is the UK’s largest and oldest performing arts event for children, celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2018.
Explore the innovative projects we work on to engage with creative practitioners and audiences of all abilities.
The Creative Fund provides artists, at any stage in their career, with access to funding to help explore a new idea or project in its most early stages.
The Critical Response Process is an artist-centered, facilitated system designed to provide constructive and meaningful feedback created by Liz Lerman.
Whether this is your first time experimenting with puppetry, animation or visual theatre or if you’re a trained professional, we’ll have something for you.
Our annual professional development programme offering artists of any discipline the opportunity to integrate puppetry or object manipulation into their practice.
With 3,841 shows to choose from (yes, that much!), Edinburgh Festival Fringe can be an overwhelming, albeit exciting, time for theatre lover in the Scottish capital. So where do you go to see great puppetry and visual theatre shows this August? We got you covered.
Puppet Animation Scotland and Swallow The Sea Caravan Theatre present: Swallow The Sea Caravan Theatre at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019. The performances will take place inside the Caravan Theatre, in the Summerhall Courtyard (Fringe venue 26) from 11am to 5:15pm every day between August 2 and August 25, with each show running for 20 minutes.
Created by Puppet Animation Scotland, our puppetry and emotional resilience programme harnesses the subversive power of puppetry to raise levels of attainment and self-confidence among Scottish nursery, primary one, and primary two school pupils.