Like everyone else we’ve been unable to perform in person.  During the lockdown we have been exploring how our puppets could migrate to film.

We have also worked on a new project about an early windmill cooperative.  To see what we have been doing click here

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In the meantime, we are sharing some of our past work: Escape was on Everyone’s Mind: The Tale of Jack Sheppard is available to watch in full here


Bristol Radical History Group have published our pamphlet Steps Against War, which brings together all the research we did for the puppet history walk of the same name, and also covers the events Taking a Holiday is based on.  Go to BRH publications to order a copy.

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Steps Against WarA history walk with puppets

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Otherstory led a history walk with a difference in Bedminster, Bristol in spring 2019. The walk used the medium of puppetry to tell the untold stories of Bedminster people who resisted the First World War, and who refused to kill.  We created the walk in collaboration with Remembering the Real World War 1;  and with a group of local people, who took part in research and puppetry through a series of workshops.  Find out more here.
Steps against War was part of our project Hiding places and Hidden Histories.  Supported by the National Lottery through The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England, and by University of Bristol and Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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