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Animations Online Issue 10 september 04

In this issue...

PCT Update:
News from the Puppet Centre Trust - the latest from project manager Beccy Smith
Company Profile:
The Ding Foundation
Feature: Questions of Training -
Penny Francis looks at some International options
Feature: Spotlight on Young People’s Theatre -
Blind Summit at BAC
Feature: Buxton or Bust -
Buxton Puppet Festival director Peter Charlton on his 2004 success
Reviews -
Vietnamese Water Puppetry, Ding Foundation and lots from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2004
Noticeboard:
news from puppeteers, companies and other arts organisations. Coming events and workshops.





Welcome to Animations Online, the bi-monthly online magazine run by the Puppet Centre Trust. PCT is a development agency to advocate, support and advance England's puppetry and related theatre forms. Animations Online is a voice for contemporary puppetry and related theatre forms offering discussion and debate on recent puppet-theatre events, reviews, news from the puppet community and a forum for those interested in puppetry in all its forms to exchange ideas and debate developments. Animations Online aims to represent the full spectrum of professional practice, from traditional puppetry to experimental visual theatre using puppetry or animation, and we look forward to hearing your news, views and suggestions for future content.

The deadline for items for the next issue is October 15th 2004. Please send your news items and suggestions for editorial content to


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Animations Online is edited by Penny Francis and Dorothy Max Prior, assisted by PCT project manager Beccy Smith. Web design by Gabz Digital Media

PHOTOS: Black Hole - Caravan. Appearing at visions festival
Ding Foundation - Unexploded Bomb. Vietnamese Water Puppetry. Reviewed in this edition
The views expressed or opinions stated in Animations Online are those of the writers and not necessarily those of the publisher, Puppet Centre Trust. Reasonable care has been taken to ensure that information is correct, but no liability will be accepted for any errors which may occur.



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