2014 FESTIVAL ARCHIVE

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Beverley Puppet Festival 2014 presented 25 companies across the festival weekend and for the first time including as many as six shows for adults. Showcasing puppetry as being for both adults and children is a key aim of the festival and so this larger adult programme was an important milestone. The festival was largely made possible by our primary national funder Arts Council England.

Although arguably the largest showcase of British puppetry in the world all in one place, the 2016 festival also included some incredible international artists in the programme, such as the fire-breathing dragon from Les Contes d'Asphaldt of Belgium.

The 2016 Education Project saw an interactive shadow theatre installation at Beverley Minster, created by Indigo Moon Theatre with Millers Day Centre users.

Read the 2014 festival brochure, view photos from the event in our gallery, and watch the summary video or full documentary.

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2014 FESTIVAL GALLERY

2014 FESTIVAL SUMMARY VIDEO

 

Summary video of the 6th Beverley Puppet Festival, 11th - 13th July 2014.

Presented by Beverley Arts Trust and filmed by Havi Ibrahim

Made possible through funding from Arts Council England, Beverley Town Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Beverley Town Council and sponsorship from East Riding College.

2014 FESTIVAL FULL DOCUMENTARY

 

Full documentary of the 6th Beverley Puppet Festival, 11th - 13th July 2014.

Presented by Beverley Arts Trust and filmed by Havi Ibrahim

Made possible through funding from Arts Council England, Beverley Town Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Beverley Town Council and sponsorship from East Riding College.

Image credits: Header image by Les Gibbon