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Black Hole Theatre Inc

Black Hole Theatre Inc Where the ordinary becomes extraordinary Black Hole Theatre comprises an ever evolving group of puppeteers, performers, visual artists, designers, composers and other collaborators.

Founded in 1993 in Melbourne, Australia by artists and puppeteers Cliff Dolliver, Paul Newcombe, and Rod Primrose, the Company is committed to cutting edge visual, object and puppet theatre. While puppetry remains at the heart of every piece, over the years Black Hole has added multi-media, mask, movement and various acting styles to its performance vocabulary. The Company continues to explore and

Founded in 1993 in Melbourne, Australia by artists and puppeteers Cliff Dolliver, Paul Newcombe, and Rod Primrose, the Company is committed to cutting edge visual, object and puppet theatre. While puppetry remains at the heart of every piece, over the years Black Hole has added multi-media, mask, movement and various acting styles to its performance vocabulary. The Company continues to explore and

Operating as usual

We're thrilled that BHT have been invited to return to Richmond Youth Hub this term to continue the creative momentum th...
23/05/2022

We're thrilled that BHT have been invited to return to Richmond Youth Hub this term to continue the creative momentum the kids have been building since Spin a Yarn. This time, we're working on Tok Tik Live Super Stories; weekly after-school workshops on physical theatre and improvisation - working with breath, gesture and movement, as well as a lot of silliness and fun. Supported by Yarra City Arts.

[Image Descriptions: 1. A child smiles at the camera with three big googly eyes stuck on their face, sitting on the floor amongst other children and craft supplies. 2. A child wears a white mask on their face that they have drawn over with texta and paint to make colourful lines, red cheeks and red lips. In their hands is a texta and a second mask they are drawing on. They stand in front of a mirror creating a doubling effect of multiple masks. 3. A child strikes a post wearing a colourful mask while sipping on a cup of bubble tea. 4. A child stands triumphantly on top of a chair next to a larger-than life crafted drawing of a clown made of tissue paper and pom-poms. Colourful metallic streamers surround the child and an adult standing beside to support them.] Image credit Jade Blair.

12/05/2022

It is so wonderful to see this quirky innovative project coming to light! Black Hole Theatre has been proud to support it. You can book tickets here: bit.ly/konstantin2022

Last month Black Hole Theatre had the pleasure of launching another iteration of Spin a Yarn in partnership with @richmo...
10/05/2022

Last month Black Hole Theatre had the pleasure of launching another iteration of Spin a Yarn in partnership with @richmondyouthhub . What a great group! What imaginations! Together with artists Mike Bevitt, Kaira Hachefa, the Richmond Youth Hub and Yarra Libraries teams, the children wrote, performed and filmed two videos that they launched with family, friends and community at a special screening for the @moonlanternfestival . We’re continuing to work with various groups and individuals within the City of Yarra to bring more stories to life, so stay tuned for new films coming soon! Supported by @yarracityarts .

[Image Descriptions: 1. A Child with a big bright smile holds a cheetah puppet up to the camera. 2. Two children sit behind a set depicting rocky mountains, shrubbery and a bright yellow paper sun, they are wearing mountain goat puppets with big googly eyes on their arms as they perform a scene. 3. The camera leans over the shoulder of a child who is deep in concentration writing a story about a “very very dumb cat” in blue texta. 4. A group of children sprawl out across colourful beanbags, reacting with laughter to a large dragon puppet that is bigger than the children themselves. 5. A child holds up a piece of shadow puppetry set with cut outs of a city scape. 6. Two children focus on a shadow puppetry set while an artist behind them holds a torch to spotlight their work.]

Photos from Yarra Libraries's post
11/04/2022

Photos from Yarra Libraries's post

1 in 4 of Australians reported frequent feelings of loneliness in 2018, and this has only worsened during the pandemic. ...
26/03/2022

1 in 4 of Australians reported frequent feelings of loneliness in 2018, and this has only worsened during the pandemic. Performances, exhibitions, festivals, classes, and events bring people together in more ways than one. Art and culture are essential. Our country has no roadmap for art and culture, and we need all major parties to commit to a National Cultural Plan that delivers for the arts. When you vote in this upcoming Federal election, think about which party and/or candidate supports art and culture best.
Photo by Rita Jiang, supplied by Slingsby.
[Image description: A young child is sitting in the middle of an audience in a theatre, with a spotlight washing over her. She is holding an old telephone up to her ear while the others watch. Overlaid are the words: “Art has the power to bring us together
again. Art and culture are essential.”]
#ArtAndCultureAreEverywhere #ArtAndCultureAreEssential
#VoteForArt
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Some throw-back images from our workshop: What’s a Puppet? Held as part of Melbourne Festival of Puppetry, 2021. Photogr...
13/03/2022

Some throw-back images from our workshop: What’s a Puppet? Held as part of Melbourne Festival of Puppetry, 2021. Photography by Darren Gill. Thanks to Lemony S Puppet Theatre + La Mama Theatre.

Image descriptions:
1. Two puppeteers stand in the middle of the frame wearing paper hats and holding paper puppets, as children look towards them.
2. In the left of the frame, two hands hold up a small bird puppet, next to this a row of children stand in front of a table filled with bright and colourful craft materials.
3. Two smiling children sit cross legged on the floor, scrunching up big pieces of paper
4. A small child in the foreground holds a piece of stuffing while children in the background work with craft materials.

Black Hole Theatre's friend and collaborator Tracey Rigney has written a magical new show, "Rella", with Windmill Theatr...
09/03/2022
Rella: Meet Tracey Rigney

Black Hole Theatre's friend and collaborator Tracey Rigney has written a magical new show, "Rella", with Windmill Theatre Co Check it out if you're in Adelaide!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzMkFO0r8fs&t=1s

Writer Tracey Rigney tells us about how she's gone about smashing the glass slipper in Rella. RellaWorld premiere season Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival...

We’re delighted to share with you a progress report on the development of  Tracey Rigney's new play Someone in the Dark....
11/12/2021

We’re delighted to share with you a progress report on the development of Tracey Rigney's new play Someone in the Dark. Commissioned in 2020 by BHT, it had its first creative development in Natimuk in October 2021. Tracey is an acclaimed film maker, a Wotjobaluk and Ngarrindjeri woman from Dimboola, also a parent of a young daughter, and writes with a wicked sense of humour. Someone in the Dark is an immersive, interactive experience for a young audience that takes them into a malleefowl’s mound where they meet a young (unhatched) chick Mallee who does not want to go into the outside world. She is accidentally “hatched” by a lost echidna Puggle, and together with the audience they gradually emerge after overcoming hurdles and facing down fears. Our first small audience loved it. Set, projection and puppet designs by Dave Jones and Mary French. Performers Jillian Pearce and Pearl Dark. It will premiere at Nati Frinj 2022!

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1. A view inside a dark tent with a spotlight shining on a spiky, white, echidna puppet with a long snout. The echidna is looking towards a malleefowl puppet, made from dark fabric with a white beak and black feet. The malleefowl is held by Tracey Rigney, wearing a warm cardigan and hat.
2. The echidna puppet fills the right side of the image, with a long red tongue poking out of its snout, reaching towards a patch-work white fabric lantern that is lit up.
3. A black and white image of Jillian, Pearl and Nancy standing against a brick wall. Jillian and Pearl are standing to the left looking towards a script, while Nancy to the right takes notes. They are all wearing warm winter jackets.
4. A portrait of Tracey and her child smiling at the camera, a small child wears a rainbow unicorn onesie.
5. A small child with a cheeky grin peeks out of a gap in a tent made from black fabric.
6. An overhead view of the inside of a dark tent in which a group of small children look towards the echidna and malleefowl puppets, being operated by Pearl and Jillian.

28/09/2021

Today's awesome holiday suggestion is from the team at Black Hole Theatre Inc who have four fabulous videos on their website about making puppets with items you have at home. #567create
https://blackholetheatre.com.au/project/567-create/
Photo credit, Black Hole Theatre Inc.

During the long lockdown of 2020, Heather Woods designed and stitched a quilt patch as a textile diary of each day spent...
30/08/2021
Stories from a Lockdown Quilt

During the long lockdown of 2020, Heather Woods designed and stitched a quilt patch as a textile diary of each day spent in lockdown. For our Spin a Yarn project, Heather collaborated with her granddaughter Ella and puppeteer Lyall Morris to create a visual story of the journey of her quilt in these weeks and months.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7jX0s7RmMI&t=19s

Image Description: A video thumbnail that shows a black and white penguin with an orange beak and flippers, standing in the rain. Orange text over the images reads: "Stories from a Lockdown Quilt".

"Stories from a Lockdown Quilt" is presented as part of Spin a Yarn, a project that began during the 2020 pandemic as a collaboration between artists and mem...

Reining in the Beast is a beautiful shadow puppetry piece — story by Vicki Galante with puppetry by Jeany Lee for Spin a...
23/08/2021
Reining in the Beast

Reining in the Beast is a beautiful shadow puppetry piece — story by Vicki Galante with puppetry by Jeany Lee for Spin a Yarn, a collaborative community project with City of Monash. Beginning in the lockdowns of 2020, Spin a Yarn hopes to share stories digitally whilst we are unable to gather in person.

Image Description: A video thumbnail that shows a scene of shadow puppetry with the shadow of a hand reaching out towards a vase of flowers, half of the flowers are in dark shadow, and half are coloured red, lilac and green. Lilac text over the image reads: Reining in the Beast.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVjd0F68aS0&list=PLdUltaizn4n4Ll4CMjF7PjTi0WOJIzdXB&index=4CreaC

"Reining in the Beast" is presented as part of Spin a Yarn, a project that began during the 2020 pandemic as a collaboration between artists and members of t...

If you're in need of a little lockdown pick-me-up... have a watch of the very funny "Day in the Life of a Running Shoe",...
13/08/2021
A Day in the Life of a Running Shoe

If you're in need of a little lockdown pick-me-up... have a watch of the very funny "Day in the Life of a Running Shoe", a short puppetry piece written by Virginia Verrelli in collaboration with Tamara Rewse. This video is part of Spin a Yarn, a project that began in 2020 in response to the pandemic, as a collaboration between artists and members of the City of Monash public to develop and tell stories through puppetry.

Image Description: A video thumbnail that shows a personified red running shoe puppet with googly eyes, the toe of the shoe has been cut open into a flapping mouth, sitting amongst a pile of other shoes.

CC available on YouTube.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pT-a6H42Qc&list=PLdUltaizn4n4Ll4CMjF7PjTi0WOJIzdXB

"A Day in the Life of a Running Shoe" is presented as part of Spin a Yarn, a project that began during the 2020 pandemic as a collaboration between artists a...

Spin a Yarn began as a response to the 2020 pandemic. Across Victoria, we could no longer gather to share our stories, r...
05/08/2021

Spin a Yarn began as a response to the 2020 pandemic. Across Victoria, we could no longer gather to share our stories, real or imagined, with family and friends. Black Hole Theatre had an idea – reach out to the Monash community (by internet if necessary), invite them to come forward with their stories, and we would help them turn those stories into a video puppet piece that could be shared far and wide via the net. What a wonderful experience creating those videos has been! Black Hole thanks all the participants for their sparkling imaginations, their commitment, generosity, and willingness to explore something new. We hope you enjoy watching them as much as we enjoyed making them.

All three videos can be found on our YouTube channel, with closed captions available. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdUltaizn4n4Ll4CMjF7PjTi0WOJIzdXB

Generously supported by Creative Victoria and City of Monash.

Image Description: A string of dark blue yarn spirals around a background of blue sky and soft clouds. On the yarn are various miniature objects including an octopus, a running shoe, a bicycle, a chicken, housing towers, and human figures. Text over the image reads “Spin a Yarn: Tall tales and true, a video collaboration between the community and Black Hole Theatre artists."

20/07/2021

Looking for some fun online kids activities? The Clocktower Centre and Black Hole Theatre Inc are delighted to bring you 5, 6, 7 Create - four videos that will amuse and immediately engage your young children in the art of puppetry.

This doesn’t need fancy materials – only simple things you have in the house, like a rag, masking tape, and a bit of glue. Each video focuses on a different material.

See all videos here: https://clocktowercentre.com.au/5-6-7-create/

Some beautifully atmospheric shots by Cameron Grant of The Last Lighthouse Keeper at La Mama Theatre Festival of Puppetr...
18/07/2021

Some beautifully atmospheric shots by Cameron Grant of The Last Lighthouse Keeper at La Mama Theatre Festival of Puppetry earlier this month

A snapshot of rehearsals for The Last Lighthouse Keeper, on this week at Moonee Valley City Council Performing Arts Road...
01/07/2021

A snapshot of rehearsals for The Last Lighthouse Keeper, on this week at Moonee Valley City Council Performing Arts Roadshow, and next week at La Mama Theatre Melbourne Festival of Puppetry 2021 🎭 Lemony S Puppet Theatre

This is an article about the upcoming opera - Respighi's Sleeping Beauty - directed by Nancy Black, with 13 singers and ...
12/02/2021
Exploring the dark resonance behind Sleeping Beauty

This is an article about the upcoming opera - Respighi's Sleeping Beauty - directed by Nancy Black, with 13 singers and 7 wonderful puppeteers and physical performers - presented by Victorian Opera, with whom BHT has had a long association!
https://www.theage.com.au/culture/opera/exploring-the-dark-resonance-behind-sleeping-beauty-20210209-p570sk.html

A Victorian Opera production of the old folk tale examines its connection with what we’ve all just been through: sickness, lockdown and resilience.

I had the privilege of meeting Frie in Brussels with Vallejo Gantner.  She was an extraordinary force in theatre and amo...
23/09/2020

I had the privilege of meeting Frie in Brussels with Vallejo Gantner. She was an extraordinary force in theatre and among artists. We have lost so much in the last month. And this another blow.

It is with immense sadness that we learnt that Frie Leysen passed away today. The significance of Frie Leysen for the artistic sector, as for Kunstenfestivaldesarts, cannot be expressed in words. She has changed the cultural sector and has been an inspiring figure for colleagues, and for a next generation. It's easy to say that the world of theater wouldn't be the same today without her contribution, and it will not be the same without her.

Frie taught the value of risk: artworks must not simply be liked, or be compliant; but rather they must take risks, undermine securities, and sometimes make us feel uncomfortable in front of them. In doing this, she did not let herself be put on the defensive, but she defended the artists with passion. A gentle giant who did not mince words and dared to say what it is to be said.

Frie has developed and taught how to look at international creation, eschewing the risk of the exotic, and always respecting the singularity of the artist. She looked at artists as antennas, helping us to navigate the complexity of the world: "I want to see the world through the eyes of a hundred other people, and maybe I will understand something about it"

Frie believed in the political potentiality of artistic creation and institutions in bringing people together. She imagined the unimaginable and created Kunstenfestivaldesarts in 1994, bringing together the French-speaking and the Flemish sector in an international festival in Brussels. She became an example to us all, at home and abroad, by making the impossible possible, with her boundless energy, vitality and sharp presence.

Frie described herself as a hyphen: between artists who have the urgency to share their vision and an audience; a hyphen between artistic and geographical contexts; a hyphen within a city; a hyphen bringing people together. The metaphor she used reveals the humbleness of her spirit; but it also reveals the necessity of her presence. Frie, you will be missed.

If you are stuck at home with your kids this week on school holidays get creative and watch our online video workshop se...
06/07/2020
5,6,7, CREATE! | Blackhole Theatre

If you are stuck at home with your kids this week on school holidays get creative and watch our online video workshop series 5,6,7 CREATE!

Make puppets from things you already have at home. It's easy, fun, and can provide hours of entertainment for the whole family. Have the theatre come to your home! The kids will love it!

And be sure to tell your friends and family with young children. You can share their new creations using the hashtag #567create and submit to the online gallery on Instagram at @567_create. We can't wait to see what you make!

https://blackholetheatre.com.au/project/567-create/

5 6 7 Create! is a free series of four short videos for young children (and an adult). It shows you how to make your own puppets from everyday materials.

The last video of our online workshop series 5,6,7 CREATE! is available to watch now! If you are stuck at home and bored...
17/06/2020
5,6,7, CREATE! | Blackhole Theatre

The last video of our online workshop series 5,6,7 CREATE! is available to watch now!

If you are stuck at home and bored with kids no more excuses - get creative and make puppets from anything. Even toilet rolls! The kids will love it. Create monsters, walk the tightrope, and maybe even get a little bit of exercise in while you are recycling. Jemima teaches you everything you need to know about making the ordinary extraordinary in this weeks video.

Share your creations using the hashtag #567create or email [email protected]. Follow us on Instagram @567_create.

Commissioned by Moonee Valley City Council and The Clocktower Centre

https://blackholetheatre.com.au/project/567-create/

5 6 7 Create! is a free series of four short videos for young children (and an adult). It shows you how to make your own puppets from everyday materials.

The newest video of our online workshop series 5,6,7 CREATE! is available now to watch with your kids! Danny will show y...
10/06/2020
5,6,7, CREATE! | Blackhole Theatre

The newest video of our online workshop series 5,6,7 CREATE! is available now to watch with your kids!

Danny will show you how to make puppets from simple rags. They're not rubbish - they dream of being concert pianists and of dancing with the stars. Meet a new friend, Casper, who's only a little bit ghostly.

Share your creations using the hashtag #567create or email [email protected]. Follow us on Instagram @567_create.

Commissioned by Moonee Valley City Councill and The Clocktower Centre

https://blackholetheatre.com.au/project/567-create/

5 6 7 Create! is a free series of four short videos for young children (and an adult). It shows you how to make your own puppets from everyday materials.

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Founded in 1993, Black Hole Theatre (BHT) is an independent company that develops and presents puppetry and cross-art form performance in collaboration with artists from every field. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Nancy Black, BHT also facilitates the work of emerging artists, provides skill development opportunities, collaborates with local and international artists and companies, and contributes to the evolution of contemporary puppetry.

BHT is renowned for innovative, cutting edge productions that include: And The Ass Saw The Angel, Caravan, Coop, Lost In Tranzit, Hutch, Into The Black Hole, Where The Wild Things Sing, Les Méduses, Blind, and recently, The Book Of Revelations. Since 2012 BHT has also produced ten innovative Puppet Slams in regional and metropolitan venues, lifting the profiles of local artists and developing new audiences. 2018 included tours for our established work Les Méduses (local communities, Commonwealth Games), and Blind (NYC, Europe), further developments of The Line and a new work The Last Lighthouse Keeper. At least 3 other projects are also in the pipeline!

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Spin a Yarn is a project from Black Hole Theatre Inc funded through Council's Quick Response Grant program. It began in 2020 during the pandemic as a collaboration between artists and members of the Monash community to develop and tell stories through puppetry. Because gatherings were not possible, the group decided the stories should be shared through video, and the pieces were developed with that form in mind. You can watch some of the pieces at the link below.
Looking for some fun online kids activities? The Clocktower Centre and Black Hole Theatre Inc are delighted to bring you 5, 6, 7 Create - four videos that will amuse and immediately engage your young children in the art of puppetry. This doesn’t need fancy materials – only simple things you have in the house, like a rag, masking tape, and a bit of glue. Each video focuses on a different material. See all videos here: https://clocktowercentre.com.au/5-6-7-create/
Out of ideas for school holiday activities? We have you covered! 🤸 Our children’s roadshow is back with Black Hole Theatre Inc visiting libraries in Moonee Valley with a moving and funny puppetry performance. Bookings and more information 👉clocktowercentre.com.au/performing-arts-roadshow/
Check out our video to celebrate 50 Years of UNIMA Oz! Please share! UNIMA Australia is an association that supports and connects puppeteers, puppet makers and all people interested in puppetry arts in Australia and world-wide. It was founded in 1970 and incorporated in 2004, and in 2020 we celebrate 50 years of the organisation. This video was premiered at the UNIMA Australia 50th Anniversary Zoom Celebration on 14th November, 2020. You can also watch it on youtube here: https://youtu.be/cr87bnkO7f8 The logo was designed by the renowned Australian puppeteer Norman Hetherington, creator of Mr Squiggle, who was also the first president of UNIMA Australia. In 2008, UNIMA Australia hosted the 20th UNIMA Congress and World Puppetry Festival in Perth, Western Australia with the support of Spare Parts Puppet Theatre. It was the first time the congress and festival was held in the southern hemisphere. UNIMA Australia is the Australian branch of UNIMA Internationale, the Union Internationale de la Marionnette (International Puppetry Association). UNIMA was established in 1929 and is affiliated to UNESCO. It is also a member of the International Theatre Institute. Thank you to everyone who has helped to keep UNIMA Australia going for the last 5 decades, and for contributing to our puppetry community both in Australia and worldwide! Want to join UNIMA? Membership is open to anyone around the world. For more information please go to https://www.unima.org.au/membership/ Credits: Music: "Waltzing Matilda" by Ophelia of the Spirits ('Australia' film soundtrack) UNIMA Oz Committee: Philip Millar - President (VIC), Kay Yasugi - General Secretary (NSW), Katherine Hannaford - Treasurer (NSW), Pete Xander (VIC), Larissa Deak (QLD), Adam Bennett (WA) Featured Puppetry Companies/Theatres: Spare Parts Puppet Theatre (WA), Terrapin (TAS), Handspan Theatre (VIC), ImaginArta - the Australian Puppet Centre Inc (NSW), Black Hole Theatre Inc (VIC), Dream Puppets (VIC), Larrikin Puppets (QLD), Murphys Puppets (NSW), Curious Legends (NSW), Such As They Are (VIC), Lemony S Puppet Theatre (VIC), Sydney Puppet Theatre - Sue Wallace(NSW), A Blanck Canvas (VIC), Pupperoos (NSW), Top of the Stairs Puppets (WA), La Mama Theatre (VIC), Dead Puppet Society (QLD), Jeral Puppets (NSW), DNA Puppetry & Visual Theatre (WA), The Puppetsmithery (VIC), Little Wing Puppets (NSW), Wild Puppets (QLD), Elk Puppets (VIC), Di Filippo Marionette (Italy), Naranjarte (Spain), Other puppetry folk in the video: Richard Bradshaw (NSW), Ronnie Burkett (Canada), Pere Bigas Formatjé (Catalonia), Phillip Huber (USA), Neville Tranter, Emma Fisher (Ireland), Nit Lorite & Sergio Aguilar Monteserin (Spain), Handspring Puppet Company (South Africa), Made Sidia (Bali), Noel MacNeal (USA), Simon Rann (France) We tried to include as many people as possible who have been involved in Australian puppetry in the last half century (no small feat for a 2.5 minute video!) If we have accidentally left anyone out (including festivals, exhibitions, workshops and other special events), please tag or leave a comment as we are also creating a special 50th anniversary UNIMA Oz magazine :)
If you're struggling to keep your little ones engaged and entertained from home jump on over to 5,6,7 Create from the Black Hole Theatre Inc. It's a free series of short videos for young children on how to make your own puppets. Nothing fancy needed just your simple everyday household items. Happy Puppet making 🙌
If you have the kids at home looking for some weekend craft activities, then look no further than our fun and simple puppet making workshops, 5,6,7 Create with Black Hole Theatre Inc. 🎨🖍✂️ You can catch up on all four episodes here 👇
As we enter lockdown 2.0, a flashback to a production where, appropriately, the world has gone quite strange and nothing seems the same.... Presented by Black Hole Theatre Inc in 2017, Alison Richards' The Book of Revelations was part opera, part art installation directed by Nancy Black. Alison's captivating performance as Ada was surrounded by Dagmara Gieysztor's stunning set and magnificent puppetry by Rod Primose and Bao Ghislain.
Following on from yesterday's post, Nancy Black's Black Hole Theatre Inc have created this fantastic series of videos with instructions on how to create puppets with everyday objects - great for the kids, and for you too! You can find more of the videos on their website here: https://bit.ly/38FH2rk
Did you miss any of our 5,6,7 Create puppet making workshops with Black Hole Theatre Inc? Don’t worry, you can catch up on all four of the episodes on our website: clocktowercentre.com.au/5-6-7-create/
Can you believe this is our last 5, 6, 7 Create with Black Hole Theatre Inc? Four weeks has gone by in the blink of an eye! For our final episode join Jemima as she teaches you how to make these awesome toilet roll puppets! Missed an episode? Don't worry, you can catch up on the series on our website: clocktowercentre.com.au/5-6-7-create/
5,6,7 Create with Black Hole Theatre Inc is back, and this week we are making rag puppets with Danny. These puppets are so simple to make and endless enjoyment for kids of all ages! Don't forget to catch up on past episodes on our website: clocktowercentre.com.au/5-6-7-create/
We are back with another episode of 5,6,7 Create! This week, Jemima from Black Hole Theatre Inc is teaching us how to make simple sock puppets, then she helps us bring them to life. The aim of our 5,6,7 Create series is to encourage your child’s creativity and help them see their world in a new way. We hope you love this episode as much as we do. Missed episode one? Don't worry, you can catch up on our website: clocktowercentre.com.au/5-6-7-create/
Black Hole Theatre Inc is delighted to bring you four videos that will amuse and immediately engage young children in the art of puppetry. 5,6,7, CREATE! A series of short video workshops for young children commissioned by Moonee Valley City Council and created by Black Hole Theatre Inc
Looking for some boredom busters for the kids? Check out this awesome puppet making workshop using everyday things we have at home, thanks to the crafty people at Black Hole Theatre Inc 🖍️✂️🎨
It's finally here! We are so excited to present to you the first of four puppet workshops made in partnership with Black Hole Theatre Inc - 5,6,7 Create! In this episode, Danny shows you and your kids how to make amazingly simple peg puppets. You don't need fancy materials, only things you have in the house. We can't wait to see what you create!
Join us next week for the very first 5, 6, 7 Create – a series of online puppet making workshops for kids. The amazingly talented team at @Black Hole Theatre Inc will show you how to create simple hand puppets and give them a life of their own! These funny and creative videos will be released weekly on a Wednesday – we can’t wait to see what you can create. Find out more on our website: clocktowercentre.com.au/5-6-7-create/