VIÐ SKÖPUM NÝJAR SÝNINGAR OG FRAMSÆKNA BRÚÐULIST Á NORÐURLANDI VESTRA.
HEIMFERÐ: MOETIVI CARAVAN
Moetivi Caravan er samstarfsverkefni milli Arctic Culture Lab í Noregi Handbendi Brúðuleikhúss á Íslandi og ProFit Art í Tékklandi. Verkið kannar hugmyndina um heimili, hvort við getum tekið heimili okkar með okkur og hvað það þýðir að vera neydd frá heimilum okkar. Við bjóðum áhorfendum inn í leikhúsbílinn okkar, heimili okkar að heiman, til að njóta einstakra sýninga sem nota hreyfilist, tónlist, leikhústækni, brúðutækni, leikhús hlutanna og hljóð- og myndmiðlun.
Í samstarfi við ProFitArt, Tékkland og Arctic Culture Lab, Noregi, með stuðningi frá EES. Heimferð var frumsýnd sem hluti af Listahátið í Reykjavík 2022 og fór í leikferð um landið og hefur verið sýnd oftar en 100 sinnum hingað til.
Styrkt af menningaráætlun EES, listamannalaunum og Sviðslistasjóði.
Meadow is an award-winning original puppetry show for young audiences. Developed at Little Angel Theatre in London where it premiered in 2015. The production has toured across europe critical acclaim.
The grass remembers. It remembers you. It remembers me. And it remembers the animals that called the meadow home.
Time changes everything. In a post-human future, only the grass remembers the way things used to be. Meet the animals and insects that lived in the meadow, and see their stories come to life. Handbendi´s multi award winning production is told with inventive handcrafted puppets made from organic materials found in the meadow and original music by the outstanding singer/songwriter Paul Mosley.
Created and directed by Greta Clough. Set design by Jamie Wheeler.
Supported by Arts Council England.
Engi was recently recognised for puppetry excellence with a special award at the 35th Internal Festival Valusr in Łomza, Poland.
"Meadow is the antithesis of the sort of children’s theatre that rushes towards its audience, singing, juggling, crying out for audience participation. Like a wild animal, it requires your gentle attention, unfolding its treasures shyly and quietly. ..." (Total Theatre)
ÞEGAR ALLT ER HLJÓTT Á BÆNUM, ÞEGAR ALLIR ERU SOFANDI, ÞEGAR SNJÓRINN HYLUR JÖRÐINA OG STJÖRNURNAR BLIKA Í FROSTINU - ÞÁ VAKNAR TOMTINN.HANN VAKIR YFIR BÖRNUNUM OG DÝRUNUM Á BÓNDABÆNUM Á MEÐAN ÞAU SOFA. STUNDUM ER HÆGT AÐ SJÁ FÓTSPOR HANS Í SNJÓNUM. ÞANNIG VEISTU AÐ HANN ER TIL.
Tomtinn er saga um ódauðlegan tomta (sænskir búálfar heita tomte) sem vakir yfir litlu bændabýli á vetrarnóttu.Þetta er hugljúf saga um líf og dauða. Full af yndislegum húsdýrum og sænskum sjarma, Tomtinn er flutt af þremur brúðuleikurum með ýmsum stílbrögðum brúðuleiks. Þessi heillandi aðlögun á klassísku ljóði Viktors Rydberg er unaður fyrir börn 3+ og fjölskyldur þeirra.
Tomtinn sýningin var sköpuð með stuðningi Arts Council England og frumsýnd í Little Angel Theatre, London sem hluti af FIRSTs Festival, mars 2013.
"Soothing and charming, intricate and calming...very talented children's artists indeed." (A Younger Theatre)
We’re staying in bed all day. So put on your snuggliest pyjamas, grab your favourite toy, and crawl inside the blanket fort to play – it’s duvet day!
Duvet Day is an immersive theatre experience for babies 0-18 months. Full of fun puppets, sensory objects to explore, and gentle storytelling, it is an ideal introduction to the joys of theatre and group play. There’s also plenty of time to take a deep breath and snuggle up with your little one, letting imagination bring you to the cooling shade of the forest, experience life on a cloud, and discover who lives under the sea.
Concept, design and puppets by Greta Clough. Music by Paul Mosely. Devised by Greta Clough and Aya Nakamura
Our best selling show for babies. premiered in 2014. This wonderful, versatile, award-winning production for the youngest of audiences (0 - 3 years) tours globally and is the perfect addition to any festival. Our self contained, immersive set can travel to theatres, nurseries, libraries, and more.
"Magnificent and entrancing....This is one piece of puppetry theatre for the youngest of audiences that is not to be missed." (Curious Mum, London)
For 17 million years, give or take a century or two, the trolls have had the island all to themselves. They've dug canyons, made themselves cozy caves, and enjoyed the quiet tranquility of the midnight sun. The trolls were happy. But now... Now everything is different. The humans have come. Building houses. Laying roads. Making noise... Lots, and lots of noise. Will these very different beings be able to live together?
Tröll reimagines some of Iceland´s most popular folk tales, told through the eyes of a little girl and her unusual friend in the mountains. With handcrafted puppets and a stunning original score influenced by old world melodies by Paul Mosely. A little bit folk tale, a little bit ghost story, all magic. Tröll is an unmissable experience for the whole family.
Developed in Hvammstangi , Tröll premiered at Samkomuhusið in Akureryri in February 2017. Tröll has finished 3 international tours, including a sell out run at the London Southbank Centre.
Supported by SSNV, Listamannalaun, and Sviðlistasjóður.
"...a beautiful piece of visual puppetry theatre... full of intricate details and surprises and wonderful gnarly characters." (Tilly Lunkin, Puppet Centre Trust, UK)
When the family cow goes missing it is up to a young boy to find her. Iceland's favourite folk tale is an epic story of friendship featuring a magic cow, mischievous trolls, and beautifully handcrafted puppets. This 25 minute show tours to nurseries, schools, libraries, theatres, barns, community halls, tents, living rooms...you get the idea.
Each show is accompanied by a 1 hour puppet making class.
Búkolla premiered in 2016 in Hvammstangi and has toured with the national programme List fyrir alla in Iceland, to nursery schools across the country and performed at Act Alone festival in the West Fjords, and at Hof in Akureyri.